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'enocide scholars such as 'regory Stanton ha"e postulated that conditions and acts that often occur before1 during1 and after genocideO such as dehumani?ation of "ictim groups1 strong organi?ation of genocidal groups1 and denial of genocide by its perpetratorsO

can be identified and actions taken to sto' genocides before they ha''en. Critics of this approach such as +ir- (oses assert that this is unrealistic and that1 for example1 8+arfur !ill end !hen it suits the great po!ers that ha"e a sta-e in the region8&
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St& rancis of Assisi 7%talianF San rancesco dLAssisi1 bapti?ed 'io"anni1 born rancesco di Pietro di *ernardoneE;<> ((3(P((3< , Tctober )1 (<<A9;)> !as an %talian Catholic friar and preacher& De founded the menLs ranciscan Trder1 the !omenNs Trder of St& Clare1 and the Third Trder of Saint rancis for men and !omen not able to li"e the li"es of itinerant preachers follo!ed by the early members of the Trder of riars @inor or the monastic li"es of the Poor Clares&;5> Though he !as ne"er ordained to the Catholic priesthood1 rancis is one of the most "enerated religious figures in history&;5> %n (<(41 he !ent to Egypt in an attempt to con"ert the Sultan to put an end to the conflict of the Crusades&;A> *y this point1 the ranciscan Trder had gro!n to such an extent that

its primiti"e organi?ational structure !as no longer sufficient&
De returned to %taly to organi?e the Trder&

*nce his community was authori+ed by the ,o'e,

he !ithdre! increasingly from external affairs&
%n (<<)1 rancis arranged for the first Christmas manger scene&;=> %n (<<51 he recei"ed the stigmata1;=> ma-ing him the first recorded person to bear the !ounds of ChristLs Passion&;C>
De died during the e"ening hours of Tctober )1 (<<A1 !hile listening to a reading he had reXuested of Psalm (52&

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Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler.

Tn 5 Tctober (45)1 Dimmler referred explicitly to the extermination of the 6e!ish people during a secret SS meeting in the city of Po?naY7Posen9& The follo!ing is a translation of an excerpt from a transcription of an audio recording;CC> that exists of the speechF % also !ant to refer here "ery fran-ly to a "ery difficult matter& We can no! "ery openly tal- about this among oursel"es1 and yet !e !ill ne"er discuss this publicly& 6ust as !e did not hesitate on )2 6une (4)51 to perform our duty as ordered and put comrades !ho had failed up against the !all and execute them1 !e also ne"er spo-e about it1 nor !ill !e e"er spea- about it&

$et us than- 'od
that !e had !ithin us enough self-e"ident fortitude ne"er to discuss it among us1 and !e ne"er tal-ed about it& E"ery one of us !as horrified1 and yet e"ery one clearly understood that !e !ould do it next time1 !hen the order is gi"en and !hen it becomes necessary& % am no! referring to the e"acuation of the 6e!s1 to the extermination of the 6e!ish People& This is something that is easily saidF LThe 6e!ish People !ill be exterminatedL1 says e"ery Party member1 Lthis is "ery ob"ious1 it is in our program O elimination of the 6e!s1 extermination1 a small matter&L And then they turn up1 the upstanding 32 million 'ermans1 and each one has his decent 6e!& They say the others are all s!ine1 but this particular one is a splendid 6e!& *ut none has obser"ed it1 endured it& @ost of you here -no! !hat it means !hen (22 corpses lie next to each other1 !hen there are =22 or !hen there are (1222& To ha"e endured this and at the same time to ha"e remained a decent person O !ith exceptions due to human !ea-nesses O has made us tough1 and is a glorious chapter that has not and !ill not be spo-en of& *ecause !e -no! ho! difficult it !ould be for us if !e still had 6e!s as secret saboteurs1 agitators and rabble rousers in e"ery city1 !hat !ith the bombings1 !ith the burden and !ith the hardships of the !ar& %f the 6e!s !ere still part of the 'erman nation1 !e !ould most li-ely arri"e no! at the state !e !ere at in (4(A and L(C & & & & ODeinrich Dimmler1 5 Tctober (45)
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6ulian antino reappears from hiding to attac- the Charter of Rights and reedoms on C*C Charter administration absent Spirit of $a! Protects criminals
As I documented ;c7rauds in personal case scenario www.cd0'.0ran$'<.com Is Harper doing a ;ulroney

@o"in on .p Excerpt from +amage Control !!!&+amageControl()&com @ulroney steals the RC@P ma-ing Commissioner a +eputy @inister Prime @inister appoints the Attorney 'eneral1 !ho is o"er the Chief 6ustice1 perhaps T-ayed by the 'o"ernor 'eneral =

%nstead of < court Attorney 'eneral induces an inXuiry by their appointed senators Senators find bribe recei"er from armaments dealer tax e"ader @ulroney naughty getting caught acting misappropriate !ith a nasty slap on the !rist headed off to bigger and better not a human achie"ements

What i0 you name it and we li!ed happily e!er a0ter Within the spirit please Imagine the 4#IC8 getting *crooged And ,iny ,im a$in getting mended and 1es %irginia still !irgin when 0inds out no *atanic Clause Imagine )mas miracle bringing people together =. 7ran$ with me I3m thin$ing the $ind that would bring )mas =>/? eternal What i0 we used science 0or peace religiously #eligion the antithesis o0 science you do the math @ill the bastard ... let us pray this means war " nun eh ,a:es and death as certain as belie0s and 0aith H(NA8# Humanity (nderground Natality Arows 8galitarian #e0erendum

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Satanism is a broad term referring to a group of Western religions comprising di"erse ideological and philosophical beliefs& Their shared features include symbolic association !ith1 or admiration for the character of1 Satan1 or similar rebellious1 promethean1 and1 in their "ie!1 liberating figures& There !ere an estimated =21222 members in (442& There may be as fe! as a fe! thousand in the !orld&;(>

As chief la! officer1 the Attorney 'eneral has

a s'ecial res'onsibility
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that most elusi"e concept
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that 'rotects indi-iduals, and society as a whole,
from arbitrary measures and safeguards personal liberties&

Attorney 'eneral has the R./S Responsibly .naccountable /uances Systemic Attorney 'eneral1 guardian of the public interest C

./. 7(9 The Attorney 'eneral for Tntario shall ser"e as the guardian of the public interest in all matters !ithin

the scope of this Act or ha"ing to do in any !ay !ith the practice of la! in Tntario or the pro"ision of legal ser"ices in Tntario1 and for this purpose he or she may at any time reXuire the production of any document or thing pertaining to the affairs of the Society& R&S&T& (4421 c& $&31 s& () 7(9E (4431 c& <(1 s& C 7(9E <22A1 c& <(1 Sched& C1 s& ()& Admissions 7<9 /o admission of any person in any document or thing produced under subsection 7(9 is admissible in e"idence against that person in any proceedings other than proceedings under this Act& R&S&T& (4421 c& $&31 s& () 7<9E (4431 c& <(1 s& C 7<9& Protection of @inister 7)9 /o person !ho is or has been the Attorney 'eneral for Tntario is sub:ect to any proceedings of the Society or to any penalty imposed under this Act for anything done by him or her !hile exercising the functions of such office& R&S&T& (4421 c& $&31 s& () 7)9E (4431 c& <(1 s& C 7)9& The Cro!n has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible e"idence a"ailable&

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a clear se'aration of 'owers,

legal certainty,
the principle of legitimate expectation and eXuality of all before the la!& 3

The concept is not !ithout contro"ersy1 and it has been said that 8the phrase the rule of la! has become meaningless than-s to ideological abuse and general o"er- use8 'T PTE
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of no force or effect&
The Attorney 'eneral does not1 ho!e"er1 direct or cause charges to be laid& While the Attorney 'eneral and the Attorney 'eneralLs agents may pro"ide legal ad"ice to the police1 the ultimate decision !hether or not to lay charges is for the police& Tnce the charge is laid

the decision
as to !hether the prosecution should proceed1 and in !hat manner1 is for the Attorney 'eneral and the Cro!n Attorney& %t is no! an accepted and important constitutional principle that the Attorney 'eneral must carry out the @inisterLs criminal prosecution responsibilities independent of Cabinet and of any partisan political pressures& The Attorney 'eneralLs responsibility for indi"idual criminal prosecutions must be underta-en - and seen to be underta-en - on strictly ob:ecti"e and legal criteria1 free of any political considerations& Whether to initiate or stay a criminal proceeding is not an issue of go"ernment policy& This responsibility has been characteri?ed as a matter of the

Attorney )eneral acting as the 0ueen$s Attorney
- not as a @inister of the go"ernment of the day&

<5& 7(9 Anyone !hose rights or freedoms1 as guaranteed by this Charter1 ha"e been infringed or denied may apply to a court of competent :urisdiction to obtain such remedy as the court considers appropriate and :ust in the circumstances& 7<9 Where1 in proceedings under subsection 7(91 a court concludes that e"idence !as obtained in a manner that infringed or denied any rights or freedoms guaranteed by this Charter1

the e-idence shall be e1cluded
if it is established that1 ha"ing regard to all the circumstances1 the admission of it in the proceedings

would bring the administration of 2ustice into disre'ute&
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The Cro!n has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible e"idence a"ailable&

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,he War on IraB2 0ilmma$er #obert Areenwald chronicles the .ush AdministrationCs determined Buest to in!ade IraB 0ollowing the e!ents o0 *eptember ''2 =DD'. ,he 0ilm deconstructs the administrationCs case 0or war through inter!iews with (.* intelligence and de0ense o00icials2 0oreign ser!ice e:perts2 and (.N. weapons inspectors EE including a 0ormer CIA director2 a 0ormer ambassador to *audi Arabia and e!en 4resident .ushCs *ecretary o0 the Army. ,heir analyses and conclusions are sobering2 and o0ten disturbing2 regardless o0 oneCs political a00iliations.

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Tn 5 Tctober (45)1 Dimmler referred explicitly to the extermination of the 6e!ish people during a secret SS meeting in the city of Po?naY7Posen9& The follo!ing is a translation of an excerpt from a transcription of an audio recording;CC> that exists of the speechF % also !ant to refer here "ery fran-ly to a "ery difficult matter& We can no! "ery openly tal- about this among oursel"es1 and yet !e !ill ne"er discuss this publicly& 6ust as !e did not hesitate on )2 6une (4)51 to perform our duty as ordered and put comrades !ho had failed up against the !all and execute them1 !e also ne"er spo-e about it1 nor !ill !e e"er spea- about it&

Let us thank )od
that !e had !ithin us enough self-e"ident fortitude ne"er to discuss it among us1 and !e ne"er tal-ed about it& E"ery one of us !as horrified1 and yet e"ery one clearly understood that !e !ould do it next time1 !hen the order is gi"en and !hen it becomes necessary& % am no! referring to the e"acuation of the 6e!s1 to the extermination of the 6e!ish People& This is something that is easily saidF LThe 6e!ish People !ill be exterminatedL1 says e"ery Party member1 Lthis is "ery ob"ious1 it is in our program O elimination of the 6e!s1 extermination1 a small matter&L And then they turn up1 the upstanding 32 million 'ermans1 and each one has his decent 6e!& They say the others are all s!ine1 but this particular one is a splendid 6e!& *ut none has obser"ed it1 endured it& @ost of you here -no! !hat it means !hen (22 corpses lie next to each other1 !hen there are =22 or !hen there are (1222& To ha"e endured this and at the same time to ha"e remained a decent person O !ith exceptions due to human !ea-nesses O has made us tough1 and is a glorious chapter that has not and !ill not be spo-en of& *ecause !e -no! ho! difficult it !ould be for us if !e still had 6e!s as secret saboteurs1 agitators and rabble rousers in e"ery city1 !hat !ith the bombings1 !ith the burden and !ith the hardships of the !ar& %f the 6e!s !ere still part of the 'erman nation1 !e !ould most li-ely arri"e no! at the state !e !ere at in (4(A and L(C & & & & ODeinrich Dimmler1 5 Tctober (45)

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The Attorney 'eneralLs responsibility for indi"idual criminal prosecutions must be underta-en -

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on strictly ob:ecti"e and legal criteria1 free of any political considerations& Whether to initiate or stay a criminal proceeding is not an issue of go"ernment policy& This responsibility has been characteri?ed as

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A !ide range of policy considerations may be !eighed in executing this responsibility1 and the Attorney 'eneral may choose to consult the Cabinet on some of these considerations& Do!e"er any decisions relating to the conduct of indi"idual prosecutions must be the Attorney 'eneralLs alone and independent of the traditional Cabinet decision ma-ing process& %n practice1 in the "ast ma:ority of cases1 these decisions are made by the Attorney 'eneralLs agents1 the Cro!n Attorneys& .ltimately the Attorney 'eneral is accountable to the people of the pro"ince1 through the $egislature1 for decisions relating to criminal prosecutions& Such accountability can only occur1 of course1 once the prosecution is completed or !hen a final decision has been made not to prosecute& The sub :udicae rule bars any comment on a matter before the courts that is li-ely to influence the matter& The sub :udicae rule strictly prohibits the Attorney 'eneral from commenting on prosecutions that are before the courts& 'i"en the stature of the Attorney 'eneralLs position1 any public comment coming from the office

would be seen as an attem't to influence the case.
Although the Attorney general can become in"ol"ed in decision-ma-ing in relation to indi"idual criminal cases1

such a 'ractice would lea-e the (inister -ulnerable to accusations of 'olitical interference.
Accordingly1 it is traditional to lea"e the day-to-day decision-ma-ing in the hands of the Attorney 'eneralLs agents1 the Cro!n Attorneys1 except in cases of exceptional importance !here the public !ould expect the Attorney 'eneral to be briefed Soon maybe on CPAC !ill obser"e the !rap up of 'T PTE due process @eaningless $egal Certainty <3

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Roles and Responsibilities of the Attorney General
The Attorney 'eneral has a uniXue role to play as a @inister& Tne part of the Attorney 'eneralLs role is that of a Cabinet @inister& %n this capacity the @inister is responsible for representing the interests and perspecti"es of the @inistry at Cabinet1 !hile simultaneously representing the interests and perspecti"es of Cabinet and conseXuently the 'o"ernment to the @inistry and the @inistryLs communities of interest& The Attorney 'eneral is the chief la! officer of the Executi"e Council& The responsibilities stemming from this role are unli-e those of any other Cabinet member& The role has been referred to as 8:udicial-li-e8 and as the 8guardian of the public interest8& @uch has been !ritten on the sub:ect of ministerial responsibilities and the uniXue role of the Attorney 'eneral& There are "arious components of the Attorney 'eneralLs role& The Attorney 'eneral has uniXue responsibilities to the Cro!n1 the courts1 the $egislature and the executi"e branch of go"ernment& While there are different emphases and nuances attached to these there is a general theme throughout all the "arious aspects of the Attorney 'eneralLs responsibilities that the office has a constitutional and traditional responsibility beyond that of a political minister& The statutory responsibilities of the office are found in section = of the Ministr* of the Attorne* +eneral A!t& Section = statesF The Attorney 'eneral1 7a9 is the $a! Tfficer of the Executi"e CouncilE 7b9 shall see that the administration of public affairs is in accordance !ith the la!E 7c9 shall superintend all matters connected !ith the administration of :ustice in TntarioE 7d9 shall perform the duties and ha"e the po!ers that belong to the Attorney 'eneral and Solicitor 'eneral of England by la! and usage1 so far as those po!ers and duties are applicable to Tntario1 and also shall perform the duties and po!ers that1 until the Constitution A!t, -./0 came into effect1 belonged to the offices of the Attorney 'eneral and Solicitor 'eneral in the pro"inces of Canada and .pper Canada and !hich1 under the pro"isions of that Act1 are !ithin the scope of the po!ers of the $egislatureE ))

7e9 shall ad"ise the 'o"ernment upon all matters of la! connected !ith legislati"e enactments and upon all matters of la! referred to him or her by the 'o"ernmentE 7f9 shall ad"ise the 'o"ernment upon all matters of a legislati"e nature and superintend all 'o"ernment measures of a legislati"e natureE 7g9 shall ad"ise the heads of ministries and agencies of 'o"ernment upon all matters of la! connected !ith such ministries and agencyE 7h9 shall conduct and regulate all litigation for and against the Cro!n or any ministry or agency of go"ernment in respect of any sub:ect !ithin the authority or :urisdiction of the $egislatureE 7i9 shall superintend all matters connected !ith :udicial officesE 7:9 shall perform such other functions as are assigned to him or her by the $egislature or by the $ieutenant 'o"ernor in Council& 8 What follo!s is an o"er"ie! of the "arious components of the Attorney 'eneralLs roles and responsibilities1 primarily as outlined in the Act&

Chief Law Officer of the Executive Council (s. 5(a))
The role of chief la! officer might be referred to as the Attorney 'eneralLs o"erall responsibility as the independent legal ad"isor to the Cabinet - and some ha"e e"en suggested that the role possibly extends to the $egislature as !ell& The importance of the independence of the role is fundamental to the position and !ell established in common la!1 statutes and tradition& As chief la! officer1 the Attorney 'eneral has a special responsibility to be the guardian of that most elusi"e concept - the rule of la!& The rule of la! is a !ell established legal principle1 but hard to easily define& %t is the rule of la! that protects indi"iduals1 and society as a !hole1 from arbitrary measures and safeguards personal liberties& The Attorney 'eneral has a special role to play in ad"ising Cabinet to ensure the rule of la! is maintained and that Cabinet actions are legally and constitutionally "alid& %n pro"iding such ad"ice it is important to -eep in mind the distinction bet!een the Attorney 'eneralLs policy ad"ice and preference and the legal ad"ice being presented to Cabinet& The Attorney 'eneralLs legal ad"ice or constitutional ad"ice should not be lightly disregarded& The Attorney 'eneralLs policy ad"ice has the same !eight as that of other ministers&

Criminal prosecutions (s.5(d))
Tne of the most publicly scrutini?ed aspects of the Attorney 'eneralLs role is the responsibility for criminal prosecutions encompassed in section = 7d9 and s& 4< of the Constitution Act1 (3AC& Section 4< gi"es the pro"inces authority to legislate in matters related to the administration of criminal :ustice and thereby gi"es the pro"incial Attorney 'eneral authority to prosecute offences under the Criminal Code& The Attorney 'eneral does not1 ho!e"er1 direct or cause charges to be laid& While the Attorney 'eneral and the Attorney 'eneralLs agents may pro"ide legal ad"ice to the police1 the ultimate decision !hether or not to lay charges is for the police& Tnce the charge is laid the decision as to !hether the prosecution should proceed1 and in !hat manner1 is for the Attorney 'eneral and the Cro!n Attorney& %t is no! an accepted and important constitutional principle that the Attorney 'eneral must carry out the @inisterLs criminal prosecution responsibilities independent of Cabinet and of any partisan political pressures& The Attorney 'eneralLs responsibility for indi"idual criminal prosecutions must be underta-en - and seen to be underta-en - on strictly ob:ecti"e and legal criteria1 free of any political considerations& Whether to initiate or stay a criminal proceeding is not an issue of go"ernment policy& This responsibility has been characteri?ed as a matter of the Attorney 'eneral acting as the VueenLs Attorney - not as a @inister of the go"ernment of the day& )5

This is not to suggest that decisions regarding criminal prosecutions are made in a complete "acuum& A !ide range of policy considerations may be !eighed in executing this responsibility1 and the Attorney 'eneral may choose to consult the Cabinet on some of these considerations& Do!e"er any decisions relating to the conduct of indi"idual prosecutions must be the Attorney 'eneralLs alone and independent of the traditional Cabinet decision ma-ing process& %n practice1 in the "ast ma:ority of cases1 these decisions are made by the Attorney 'eneralLs agents1 the Cro!n Attorneys& An important part of the Cro!nLs - and thus the Attorney 'eneralLs - responsibility in conducting criminal prosecutions is associated !ith the responsibility to represent the public interest - !hich includes not only the community as a !hole and the "ictim1 but also the accused& The Cro!n has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible e"idence a"ailable&

The responsibility is to present the case fairly - not necessarily to con"ict& This is a fundamental precept of criminal la!1 e"en if it is not a particularly !ell-understood concept among the general public& Tne of the Attorney 'eneralLs responsibilities in fostering public respect for the rule of la!1 is to assist the public in understanding the nature and limits of the prosecutorial function& .ltimately the Attorney 'eneral is accountable to the people of the pro"ince1 through the $egislature1 for decisions relating to criminal prosecutions& Such accountability can only occur1 of course1 once the prosecution is completed or !hen a final decision has been made not to prosecute& The sub :udicae rule bars any comment on a matter before the courts that is li-ely to influence the matter& The sub :udicae rule strictly prohibits the Attorney 'eneral from commenting on prosecutions that are before the courts& 'i"en the stature of the Attorney 'eneralLs position1 any public comment coming from the office !ould be seen as an attempt to influence the case& Although the Attorney general can become in"ol"ed in decision-ma-ing in relation to indi"idual criminal cases1 such a practice !ould lea"e the @inister "ulnerable to accusations of political interference& Accordingly1 it is traditional to lea"e the day-to-day decision-ma-ing in the hands of the Attorney 'eneralLs agents1 the Cro!n Attorneys1 except in cases of exceptional importance !here the public !ould expect the Attorney 'eneral to be briefed&

Legislative Responsibilities (s. 5(e) and (f))
The Attorney 'eneral has broad responsibilities associated !ith 'o"ernment legislation& These responsibilities ha"e been described as t!ofold& Tne is to o"ersee that all legislati"e enactments are in accordance !ith principles of natural :ustice and ci"il rights 7see also s& =7b9 abo"e9& This is ob"iously an important and broad area of responsibility& The second aspect of this responsibility is to ad"ise on the constitutionality and legality of legislation& The Attorney 'eneralLs legislati"e responsibilities are played out in a "ariety roles& The Tffice of $egislati"e Counsel reports to the Attorney 'eneral& $egislati"e Counsel plays a -ey role in ensuring the legal integrity of 'o"ernment legislation& Although the $egislati"e CounselLs reporting relationship to the Attorney 'eneral does allo! the Attorney 'eneral to pro"ide guidance and set standards1 indi"idual pieces of legislation are drafted on instructions from client ministries and are not !ithin the sole control of $egislati"e Counsel or the Attorney 'eneral& %t should also be noted that $egislati"e Counsel also has a direct responsibility to the $egislature as the Tffice also drafts all pri"ate memberLs bills& )=

The Attorney 'eneral has a further role to play as part of !hate"er Cabinet Committee is formed to re"ie! legislation and regulations& Dere the @inister has an opportunity to comment on the technical issues related to legislation and regulations prior to Cabinet consideration& The Attorney 'eneralLs role on legislati"e matters is as an ad"iser to the Cabinet& Although unli-ely1 Cabinet could1 in theory1 recei"e the Attorney 'eneralLs legal opinion on legislation and choose to disregard it& The Attorney 'eneralLs role is not independent of Cabinet decision ma-ing as in the area of criminal prosecutions& As !as noted earlier1 the Attorney 'eneral must ma-e careful distinctions about the legal opinions and policy or political preferences being offered about legislation&

Civil Litigation (s.5(h) and (d))
%n addition to the specific responsibilities to conduct ci"il litigation on behalf of the 'o"ernment and its agencies 7s& =7h991 the Attorney 'eneral has broader litigation responsibilities flo!ing from the historical po!ers of the Attorney 'eneral referred to in s& =7d9 of the Act& These po!ers are based on the Cro!nLs parens patriae 7parental9 authority& The Attorney 'eneralLs authority1 therefore1 is not only to conduct litigation in cases directly affecting the go"ernment or its agencies but also to litigate cases !here there is a clear matter of public interest or public rights at sta-e& This has been characteri?ed as a constitutional responsibility to ensure that the public interest is !ell and independently represented& %t may in"ol"e inter"entions in pri"ate litigation or Charter challenges to legislation1 e"en if the arguments conclude that the legislation does contra"ene constitutionally protected rights&

Responsibilit for Court !dministration (s. 5(c))
A -ey component of the Attorney 'eneralLs responsibilities to ensure the administration of :ustice in the pro"ince is the administration of the courts and as a result the responsibility for maintaining liaison !ith the :udiciary& 'i"en the fundamental importance of the independence of the :udiciary1 the responsibility for courts administration is often a "ery sensiti"e and delicate issue& 'reat care and respect for the principles of :udicial independence must be exercised in this area&

The Attorney 'eneral is the chief la! officer of the Executi"e Council& The responsibilities stemming from this role are unli-e those of any other Cabinet member& The role has been referred to as 8:udicial-li-e8 and as the 8guardian of the public interest8&

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