Legal control of the executive under the Papua New Guinea Constitution
The Papua New Guinea Constitution came into force at midnight on 16 September 1975 when the country became an independent, sovereign State. This thesis is a study of a single aspect of this Constitution, namely the legal control of the Executive. The task of controlling the Executive is a major aim of the Constitution in that it reflects what was perhaps the central concern of the Constitutional Planning Committee (CPC) on whose recommendations much of the present Constitution is...[Show more]
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