Agree with Mr Jigyadu in spirit.
Well now a days you can do some evasive treatment on the body of an unborn child. Many a times the opinion of the public is taken up (on certain specific issues) while drafting a bill. If this option is available then you can raise your objection. Otherwise if the bill is expected to impact public at large, then you can approach your area MP and ask him to take up this issue during discussion. But you cannot approach court as yet.
so if its say a draft legislation like 2016 anti trafficking billl that neither has mechanism for curbing trafficking nor qualification for appointment to regulatory agencies nor special anti trafficking courts 2 adjudicate trafficking cases u mean 2 say that it cannot be challenged at all?!!!!!
Constitution of the country changes according to the time and lots of people make the constitutions of the country. This is the unique information about the Constitution. You should give australianwritings.com with more information or stages of the constitutions and it is good.