Attachment XI. The Positioning of "International Law" in each nation’s constitution vs. The Constitutional Standards

(Subsidiary condition for the Constitutional Standards §14: All laws of all nations form part of national law: people can compare universal values and choose the best according to law)

Nation

Score

Reason

CSPP

Score

China

0

China Constitution §1.2: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

India

0

India Constitution §260: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

United States

90

US Constitution §1: The Congress has independent legislative power to enact laws in its own country and other countries that are conducive to the universal value of peace and equality

CSPP §14

Full marks

Indonesia

0

Indonesia Constitution §11: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Pakistan

0

Pakistan Constitution §70: Proposal and adoption of bills (including international treaties, conventions and agreements, and international arbitration), and submit them to the President for approval

CSPP §14

Full marks

Brazil

0

Brazil Constitution §102.h: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Nigeria

0

Nigeria Constitution §253C.2:: National Industrial Court has the right deal with International convention related to labor

CSPP §14

Full marks

Bangladesh

0

Bangladesh Constitution §26.1: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Russia

0

Russia Constitution 79 §125: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Mexico

0

Mexico Constitution §1: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Japan

0

Japan Constitution §98: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Philippines

0

Philippines Constitution §8,4,2: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Egypt

0

Egypt Constitution §84: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Ethiopia

0

Ethiopia Constitution §9: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Vietnam

0

Vietnam Constitution §70.14: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

DRCongo

0

DRCongo Constitution §153.4: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Iran

0

Iran Constitution §77: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Germany

60

Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany §25: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law. § 67 of the Constitution of Hessen State, the international law takes effect directly without conversion

CSPP §14

Full marks

Republic of Turkey

0

Turkey Constitution §16: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

France

0

France Constitution §11: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Republic of Korea

0

South Korea Constitution §60: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Australia

0

Australia Constitution §5: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Taiwan

0

Taiwan Constitution §170-173: Citizens do not have the right to choose universal law

CSPP §14

Full marks

Conclusions: 1. The above scores are all preliminary evaluation statistics, which will be corrected by actuarial calculations. 2. One of the primary conditions for the establishment of permanent peace is to the unity of all laws: all nations and all laws can constitute as one universal law (multiple/common). People can compare universal values of all laws of all nations to choose the best and use them in accordance with the law. It is also a necessary condition for the liberation of the last 56 countries that are still under the rule of dictators.