"1 Every legislative body has the right to pass laws regulating its members. If the law applies to all members equally, it cannot be considered discriminatory. 2 Legislative bodies can decide that no members are allowed to visit enemy states. Such legislation is passed as a national security law, and is in no way racist or anti-democratic." Of course they have the right, and of course they can. I did not deny it, did I? But how what they can, and have the right to do, preserves the equilibrium of power between the parliament and government, is quite another question.
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