Here we have the best Rule Of Law Quotes from famous authors such as Bob Woodward, Neal Katyal, Joe Sestak, Pete Buttigieg, Brett Kavanaugh. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
I fought for the rule of law in America.
I believe in capitalism as long as there’s a strong rule of law around it.
The Department of Justice must be nonpartisan and uphold the rule of law. Likewise, the leader of that department – the Attorney General – must always be independent and focused on doing the right thing, regardless of the politics.
Facing dramatic global challenges, we need a global capacity to address them that reaffirms the importance of multilateralism and the importance of a rules-based set of international relations, based on the rule of law and in accordance with the U.N. Charter.
I think that Obama‘s failure to reestablish the rule of law in money matters is the most damaging thing that he’s done – and perhaps the most damaging thing that has happened in American politics in my lifetime. Because once the rule of law is absent in money matters, then anything really goes in politics.
George W. Bush and his administration embarked on a full-scale assault on civil liberties, human rights and the rule of law, walking away from his international obligations, tearing up international treaties, protocols and UN conventions.
Arizona has become a national leader in the restoration of the Rule of Law, with over 100,000 illegal aliens having left the state since 2007.
We cannot build foundations of a state without rule of law.
I believe Judge Kavanaugh is a well-qualified conservative jurist, and I commend President Trump for his commitment to naming Supreme Court justices who are committed to the rule of law.
Torture goes against the very soul of our country. We are a democracy, established on the rule of law.
If I were to say anything to people I may say people should vote for those who are respectful to democracy, rule of law, who get on well with people.
Rule of law, access to justice, and financial transparency happen by design, not accident.
People send their kids to law school to uphold the rule of law – not to fight in the streets for justice and not to be beaten up.
We cannot uphold the rule of law only when it is consistent with our beliefs. We must uphold it even when it protects behavior that we don’t like or is unattractive or is not admirable or that might even be hurtful.
The spine of the FBI is the rule of law. The spine of the FBI is a commitment to doing the right thing, in the right way, while protecting civil liberties.
What Russia really needs is not gay rights but human rights, and the rule of law.
We are a nation of laws with respect and recognition of the rule of law. We are not an imperialist government with a monarch abiding by the rule of one man.
South Korea is a vigorous democracy, with strong judicial institutions and a commitment to the rule of law.
We should insist that governments receiving American aid live up to standards of accountability and transparency, and we should support countries that embrace market reforms, democracy, and the rule of law.
We believe in rule of law not rule by decree.
I am convinced that the majority of American people do understand that we have a moral responsibility to foster the concepts of opportunity, free enterprise, the rule of law, and democracy. They understand that these values are the hope of the world.
I think the United States is mindful of its reputation for its democracy and rule of law, and if they are willing to risk that reputation by extraditing me based on the request and claims made by Turkey, I would never say no. I would go willingly.
Sanctuary city policies disrespect the rule of law in this country.
The rule of law that China’s dissidents ask for is important to U.S. businesses investing in China as well.
In any society that is governed by the rule of law, some form of morality is always imposed. It’s inescapable.
The Palestinians have yet to demonstrate a commitment to the rule of law.
The key demand for me from the public across the 34 provinces is to transform the state into an instrument of the rule of law, transform the economy into a productive system and change the education system.
The rule of law is the basis for any democracy. And without the rule of law in democracy, you have chaos.
No, I think that we’ve got a basic discrepancy here between the rule of law versus the rule of man.
The rule of law, democracy, freedom of speech, freedom of expression – we cannot take them for granted. They do not exist willy-nilly across the world; they are very rare.
I don’t have a problem with stepped-up surveillance as long as we follow the rule of law.
Our Constitution framers were men and women with great foresight. They understood the majesty of the rule of law, and of rule by laws.
When I was at the Justice Department, there were these people who I called legal Houdinis, who – they would find any law; they would find a loophole and a way around it and often very tendentious and not true, and, you know, these are people who didn’t respect the rule of law. But, you know, those people were there.
We rely on the rule of law. I think we’ve lost touch with that concept in Washington.
In some states, the attorney general is appointed, but in New York state it’s an independently elected position. The New York attorney general has an obligation to the people first, to her conscience and to the rule of law, not to the governor, and not to the legislature.
Russian membership in the World Trade Organization has the potential to strengthen the rule of law, combat corruption, and give Russia a stake in better relations with the outside world.
The time has come for President Obama to formally rescind his order to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay and end his irresponsible allegations of injustices at the facility, which operates in a framework that respects the rule of law, keeps terrorists off American soil, and bolsters our national security.
True freedom requires the rule of law and justice, and a judicial system in which the rights of some are not secured by the denial of rights to others.
You have to be willing to stand up for what you believe in, and the rule of law is one of those things.
The U.S.-led western alliance, while acting as an advocate of democracy, rule of law and human rights, is acting from the opposite position, rejecting the democratic principle of the sovereign right of states enshrined in the U.N. Charter and trying to decide for others what is good and what is bad.
Any new legal measures, or cooperative arrangements between government and companies meant to keep people from organizing violence or criminal actions, must not be carried out in ways that erode due process, rule of law and the protection of innocent citizens’ political and civil rights.
The United States has the world’s largest and most innovative economy, an unmatched rule of law, and a free market that is the envy of the international community. For investors, we are the reserve currency.
What should be targeted is a concept of organic, and not just mechanic, democracy that preserves the rule of law, separation of powers, and that is participatory and pluralistic.
I have no doubt that if confirmed, Judge Gorsuch would help to restore confidence in the rule of law. His years on the bench reveal a commitment to judicial independence – a record that should give the American people confidence that he will not compromise principle to favor the president who appointed him.
Some may claim that is it unscientific to speak of the operations of nature as miracles. But the point of the title lies in the paradox of finding so many wonderful things subservient to the rule of law.
To those who cynically say today that liberal democracy would be ‘obsolete,’ I reply: liberal democracy, human rights, freedom of the press and the rule of law were the right way, are the right way, and will be the right way.
Two things form the bedrock of any open society – freedom of expression and rule of law. If you don’t have those things, you don’t have a free country.
The reason I like the criminal justice system is there aren’t Republican or Democrat victims or police officers or prosecutors. It’s about respect for the rule of law!
The American people have a right to except that the rule of law will guarantee that even if we don’t like the policy, that it’s done properly.
The rule of law is crucial to a civilized society – so we should go out of our way to uphold and strengthen it to the extent possible.
Britain is still seen as a beacon for decency, for democracy, for vigorous judges upholding the rule of law and, dare I say it, a free press. I respect the press in theory, but when you see some of the things it writes about you, it’s not exactly a happy relationship.
Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and the rule of law under God is acknowledged.
When Estonia reestablished its sovereignty after a half century of successive thuggish, totalitarian, foreign occupations by the Soviets, the Nazis, and then again the Soviets, we knew we wanted to create a democratic country characterized by rule of law and respect for human rights.
Rule of law has prevailed over Obama’s unconstitutional executive overreach.
It is a duty for any government to uphold the rule of law, and this sometimes requires the proportionate use of force.
We will always obey the law. We will follow the rule of law.
Our country is governed by the rule of law and our procedures are based on law.
I have great faith that most Americans are law-abiding and care about the rule of law, and if they’re told a weapon is no longer allowed in their community and they would be compensated, they would find a way to do the right thing.
A woman, like a man, should be treated with human decency, according to the rule of law, and free of the abusive, unjust exercise of power. And you don’t need to have plumbed the depths of the female or male psyche to live in accord with these principles of civilized life and the maxims of a free society.
The stress on the moral basis of policy and action, belief in unity and discipline, faith in a synthesis of heritage and science, and promotion of the rule of law and of education – all of it is located in a partnership between citizen and government.
The United States will always be a global leader, and we need to actively engage the international community to make sure all citizens of the world live freely and equally under their country’s rule of law. We cannot, however, afford to fight other nations‘ wars interminably or stabilize their regions.
The premise of Russian foreign policy to the West is that the rule of law is one big joke; the practice of Russian foreign policy is to find prominent people in the West who agree.
‘Free markets’ is not a liberal or conservative issue. The rule of law is not a Right or Left issue. Those are American principles since our founding, and to the extent that other countries follow our lead… they will prosper. That’s what I want, because every one of those people is a child of God.
The state can be a force for good. The Rule of law is absolutely essential to a good life. God has instituted government and leaders throughout history and throughout the Biblical narrative. However, the state is growing precisely as the church is fading as a force for good, and this does not seem to be a good trend.
I think we live in a country that sometimes forgets how effective the rule of law is, perhaps because our governments have often found it inconvenient.
People are, well, only human. We know that. The rule of law is borne out in identifying, condemning, and punishing those who violate the standards on which we all agree. This is exactly what we do in America.
We desire and thirst for freedom, democracy and the rule of law just like anyone else. And we are prepared to fight tooth and nail for all of those things.
It’s about the principles, it’s about the rule of law. You don’t have to stay silent when you see something that you don’t like that is inconsistent of these timeless principles.
I think one of the brilliant parts of our democracy is how resilient it is. We are each allowed to have our own beliefs and, as long as we follow the rule of law, we can express them however we’d like. This is a unique characteristic of the best democracies and one I value tremendously.
The House Judiciary Committee is a great place to promote our core principles of constitutionally limited government, individual freedom and the rule of law.
China is on a march toward rule of law and democracy.
I will do everything by apply with all the legal and apply with the rule of law. And the main important thing that I have to be fairness to everyone, not just only one person.
Japan and Australia share the universal values of freedom, democracy, the rule of law, and fundamental human rights.
The rule of law is the most basic principle on which our Constitution is based.
Threats to the rule of law come not only from rioters and looters in the streets, but also from activist judges on the bench.
Perjury before Congress is perjury to the American people and an affront to the fundamental principles of our republic and the rule of law. Such behavior cannot be tolerated.
I will do everything I can… to make sure that Poland sticks to a development that fosters the rule of law, democracy.
I love the philosophy around the rule of law.
When we uphold the rule of law, our counterterrorism tools are more likely to withstand the scrutiny of our courts, our allies, and the American people. And when we uphold the rule of law it provides a powerful alternative to the twisted worldview offered by al-Qa’ida.
A resilient people cherishing liberty and equality and the rule of law will endure.
President Trump is committed to democracy and rule of law in our hemisphere.
No matter who you are or what you intend to do, you should not exceed the boundaries of the rule of law.
Under the rule of law, if the government wants to prevent firms from outsourcing and offshoring, it enacts legislation and adopts regulations to create the appropriate incentives and discourage undesirable behaviour. It does not bully or threaten particular firms or portray traumatised refugees as a security threat.
The principles of conservatism include upholding the rule of law and the United Kingdom‘s international legal obligations.
If political leaders want respect, they will begin by enforcing the global rule of law.
Rather than abide by the rule of law, Maduro and his cronies follow mafia-style practices, intimidating the opposition by targeting their family members.
No one has done more to advance the rule of law than President Trump.
It’s hard for people who obey and respect the law to keep their heads from exploding in the face of affronts to common sense and the rule of law.
Donald Trump wants to ignore the rule of law. He ignores the Constitution. He ignores the subpoenas. The Republicans in the House and Senate are afraid to stand up to him, with only a few exceptions.
If multilateral institutions cannot bring about peace and the rule of law because of the vested interests of their members, then both national democracy and global governance will continue to be rocked by crises.
The 20th century shows that the form of government that we take for granted, a constitutional democratic republic with checks and balances and a rule of law – that form of government is usually temporary.
At the end of the day, we must respect the rule of law in respective jurisdictions.
For Obama, ‘rule of law’ is merely his political silly-putty.
I think we are realizing that we are going to have to have an international rule of law.
Israel is a society governed by the rule of law.
The magic of the American experience is that we’ve upheld the rule of law for everybody, everybody treated equally beneath the law.
All over the world, independent and strong civil society – NGOs, faith leaders, and other community advocates – help governments solve problems and better serve their people better by shining a light on the issues that matter most – like education standards, access to healthcare, the rule of law, and economic opportunity.
The political restructuring we pursue in China is aimed at advancing the self-improvement and development of the socialist political system. We will continue to expand people’s democracy and build a socialist country under the rule of law in keeping with China’s national conditions.
Respect for the rule of law is not optional; it’s fundamental.
How can you not have people in leadership roles in our country not supporting the rule of law? That’s what separates us from the rest of the countries around the world.
Government should enforce rule of law. It should enforce contracts, it should protect people bodily from being attacked by criminals. And when the government does those things, it is facilitating liberty. When it goes beyond those things, it becomes destructive to both human happiness and human liberty.
You have to accept the rule of law, even when it’s inconvenient, if you’re going to be a country that bides by the rule of law.
The U.S. Attorneys who comprise the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee play a critical role in carrying out the Department of Justice’s important work, including its efforts to reduce violent crime, combat the opioid crisis, protect the most vulnerable, and enforce the rule of law.
Wildlife crime goes well beyond just a threat to endangered species but also has impacts on our society, economy and security. It undermines efforts to uphold the rule of law, acts as an agent for corruption, creates a barrier to development and fuels global instability.
The Chinese have certain advantages. The fact that it’s a single party government. But I do believe in the long run the fact that India is a functioning democracy committed to the rule of law. Our system is slow to move but I’m confident that once decisions are taken they are going to be far more durable.
We have seen a degradation from the highest levels of authority politically in this nation, including through the department of justice, for the rule of law.
The United States and the European Union do want to have a rule of law, and that rule of law should be for a fair trial. And that fair trial needs to have an impartial jury.
Many people feel that we need the rule of law to eliminate our problems. But is it more laws that we need? We have many laws – thousands upon thousands of them – but they are constantly being broken.
Military dictatorship is born from the power of the gun, and so it undermines the concept of the rule of law and gives birth to a culture of might, a culture of weapons, violence and intolerance.
If you really want to help the rest of the world, what you’ve got to do is encourage free markets, private property rights and the strong rule of law and get rid of the dictators in a lot of these countries.
This is, after all, the country that gave the world the rule of law, parliamentary democracy, the right to own property, the English language, and the free market… we are a remarkable people, and we have so much more to give.
How great would it be to have a native son lead us out of turmoil and trouble to peace and justice? Someone who follows the rule of law and not the rule of mob… This is the path Donald Trump has set for our great nation, and it’s the same path I’m on.
Rule of law is the most important element in any civil society.
We as a people need to declare that we stand with rule of law and not with the false tales of the revolutionary Marxist forces, who most recently have rebranded themselves from Occupy Wall Street to Black Lives Matter.
Well, one of the first things is to restore the rule of law, to place the government back under the cage of law. Another thing is to stop falling for the myth of democracy.
A country’s adhering to the rule of law does not mean that its citizens will not do bad things.
Rule of law is based on probable cause.
As a former cop, I respect and appreciate those who’ve dedicated their lives to serving others as well as those who appreciate the rule of law and honor it.
We must secure our borders and restore the rule of law, and more than anyone running, Ted Cruz has fought to make this nation secure while protecting our constitutional rights.
Wil Cardon understands what Arizona needs in Washington. He is committed to getting our economy back on track, upholding our country’s rule of law, and looking out for Arizona families.
We must bring the rule of law to its full fruition in the United States, and when we do, we will have achieved the goals and rhetoric of our Founding Fathers.
If you love the rule of law, you must love it in all of its applications. You cannot only love it when it provides the verdict you seek; you must love it when the verdict goes against you as well.
Our government depends upon the rule of law.
There was never a time you could get the majority of people in Alabama or Mississippi, or even southern Delaware, to vote to end segregation. What changed things was the rule of law, the courts. Brown v. Board of Education was ushered in by a movement, but it was a legal decision.