Attachment III. "Right of Resistance/Non-cooperation" Norms for Constitutional Relief in Various Countries vs. the Constitutional Standards (Absolute essentials for Permanent Peace § 28: Global Review of Unconstitutionality—excluding unconstitutionality or violation of International Law, if no remedy is at hand, anyone in the world can resist it.)

Nation

Score

Reason

CSPP

Score

China

0

There is no constitutional review and no constitutional relief

CSPP §28

Full marks

India

0

IIIndia Constitution § 131 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

United States

100

US Constitution § 3.2 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Indonesia

0

Indonesia Constitution § 24C No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Pakistan

0

Pakistan Constitution § 188 has No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Brazil

60

Brazil Constitution § 103 There are declarations and actions of unconstitutionality, and there is no constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Nigeria

0

Nigeria Constitution § 233 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Bangladesh

0

Bangladesh Constitution § 102. No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Russia

0

Russia Constitution § 125. No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Mexico

0

Mexico Constitution § 29: No constituent power and No Resistance

CSPP §28

Full marks

Japan

90

Japan Constitution § 81: No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Philippines

0

Philippines Constitution § 8.4 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Egypt

0

Egypt Constitution § 192 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Ethiopia

0

Ethiopia Constitution § 83: No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Vietnam

0

Vietnam Constitution § 70. No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

DRCongo

0

DRCongo Constitution § 160 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Iran

0

Iran Constitution § 174 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Germany

100

Germany The preamble of the Basic Law has the right to make a constitution, and § 20.4 has the right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Republic of Turkey

0

Turkey Constitution § 148 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

France

90

France Constitution § 2: No constituent power, but there is a right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Republic of Korea

0

South Korea Constitution § 52 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Australia

0

Australia Constitution § 52 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Taiwan

0

Taiwan Constitution § 114 No constituent power and no right to resist

CSPP §28

Full marks

Conclusions: The lessons of the Weimar Constitution: "A law without penalties is not a law, and a constitution without the right to resist is not a constitution." One of the absolute requirements for Permanent Peace is the right of the people to vote for a constitution; the second is the right of resistance and non-cooperation with constitutional relief, including strikes, market strikes, and tax strikes. It is also an absolute requirement to liberate those held in shackles in the last 56 autocracies.