TPP, TTIP and TISA fail the Rule of Law?

If a law is not made in full public awareness and with public consultation, it is NOT LEGAL… Therefore the TTIP, TPP and TISA are NOT LEGAL. The real question now is what can “We the People” do about it…?

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I will state from the outset, I am a layman however the principles of good conduct, behaviour and obligations are comprensible to me and as a consequence so are basic principles of law.
So what is so onerous about the secret trade deals?
The west has  narrative that its societies are ruled by law.
The rule of law:

“The core of the … principle is … that all persons and authorities within the state, whether public or private, should be bound by and entitled to the benefits of laws publicly made … and publicly administered in the courts.”

–  Justice Tom Bingham wrote, in a 2010 book entitled Rule of Law
Publicly made and publicly administered.
Do the TPP, TTIP and TISA treaties pass the publicly made rule?
So with each failure to comply with the “rule of law” are we obligated to listen, consent, cooperate, under-stand or subject ourselves…

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