Policy 1: Protecting and Upholding the Monarchy
Policy 11: Improving Laws and the Judicial Process
In a civilised society, adherence to the rule of law means that the law is supreme, not individuals or arbitrary decisions by government officials. For the rule of law to be respected depends not simply on whether laws exist, but the requirement that such laws are consistent with reality and the needs of the people, just, and protective of human rights. Moreover, there must be a judicial process that is easily accessible, up to international standards as well as modern and just. Otherwise, it might become a cause of endless conflict and rancor.