Politics and Development of Papua New Guinea's Home-Grown Constitution: Constitutional Planning Committee's Challenges and Achievements
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247 pp., bibliography. This book traces the composition of Select Committees and the Constitutional Planning Committee members, the terms and references, contributions and submissions that led to the Home-Grown Constitution. It reveals the genesis of the writing of Papua New Guinea's Constitution. The book traces the politics and processes of writing the Home-Grown Constitution that led to a modern nation of a thousand tribes. The ideas, concepts, submissions, discussions, and influences generated from the consultation process shaped the Home-Grown Constitution that led to a sovereign nation. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 9789980863850PNGCON4X112412
Title: Politics and Development of Papua New ...
Publisher: NGDP Consultancy and Publishing Services
Publication Date: 2012
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
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