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    The Charter of Rights and Freedoms contains a ‘notwithstanding’ clause, which allows the government to

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    1. pass a law which conflicts with the Charter without amendment of the Constitution, which automatically expires after 5 years
    2. pass a law which conflicts with the Charter without amendment of the Constitution
    3. pass a law which conflicts with the Charter provided approval of a majority of the government members is obtained
    4. pass a law which conflicts with the Charter for an indefinite period
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