unamendable

unamendable

(ˌʌnəˈmɛndəbəl)
adj
not able to be amended; not able to be changed for the better
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The unamendable allocation of Senate seats, the Electoral College, and other structural barriers to genuine majoritarianism remain.
He or she might "expand" the Amendment topic into its Constitutional Amendment Procedure and Unamendable Provisions subtopics, which highlight the amendment protocols built in to different constitutions.
These constitute unamendable orders, which parliament could only rubber stamp - a contentious procedure, whose name reflects the dictatorial approach of that Tudor monarch.
Unamendable Provisions and State Constitutional Values 3.
37) They also sealed that deal with a limitation on constitutional amendments, which made the provision protecting the slave trade unamendable for that same twenty-year period.
In April, the Supreme Court of Honduras eliminated the presidential term limit by circumventing a section of the country's Constitution that made the limit unamendable.
11) Unamendable provisions should be viewed with considerable suspicion.
Equipped with an amending formula so demanding that it has been referred to as constructively unamendable, (2) efforts to reform the Court's appointment process are part of Canada's larger story of struggle with its Constitution.
Some courts in other jurisdictions have attempted to create an even stronger protection for those basic constitutional elements by making them legally unamendable.
215) If slightly more than one-third of the states may defeat alliances with foreign powers, how could annexationists plausibly maintain that a bare majority of senators--partnered with the right minority of state delegations in the House--may consummate an essentially unamendable political alliance?
2d at 1024 ("In effect, a trustee with decanting power has the authority to amend an unamendable trust .
the sarkuna or feudal ruling class of the North [the Caliphate-equivalent of the British aristocracy], has ever since made that amalgamation principle an article of faith and has enforced its "husband" rights as Allah-given, permanent and unamendable.