The implementation of the doctrine of parliamentary supremacy was in Great Britain. The doctrine of parliamentary supremacy is simply a way of saying the has the power to make all the laws in the state. In such states where the parliament is the supreme body, they do not have a constitution. The constitution is the will of the people. This means that everybody and that includes the president has to act according to the constitution. The states that follow the doctrine of supremacy do not follow the will of the people. The members of the parliament can make the law, which the citizens have to follow and abide to it at all times failure to which there will be consequences. The will of the people means that the people agree to the laws that are in the constitution and that they accept the consequences that follow when any one goes against them unlike in the doctrine of supremacy where the members of the parliament are supreme. They make the law that the citizens have to follow whether they agree to it or not. They do not have a choice.
In the doctrine of supremacy, parliament can make any law. This is because they are supreme, with the powers to do that. They do not ask the about the will of the people because once they are in parliament, they represent the will of the people unlike in other states where the citizens are part of the law because they take part in making it. They agree to disagree with the law in order to ensure that the law is fair and just for every citizen of that state.
The doctrine of parliamentary supremacy makes all the laws and the courts have to follow them. court is able to question any law that the parliament makes. This is because any law that the parliament makes is valid and is applicable to everyone in the state. Most of the states that follow the parliamentary supremacy rule have conventions. This is because they do not have a constitution, which is in simple terms written law. The have what we call statues which they follow the same as the constitution though not the same because the constitution is the will of the people. They do not ask for the people’s opinion when making the statutes or any law whatsoever.
The introduction of the parliamentary supremacy however has one advantage; the members of the parliament can only make laws that are changeable in the future. This means that the laws they make should be by the future parliament if they see fit to do so. In most cases, it will be because the law is not as beneficial as it should be. The parliamentary supremacy is the relationship between the members of the parliament and the courts in that state. The courts are in no position to question the law other than the question in the law but not the passing of the law: the statutes.