3 edition of The Legislative Council of Papua and New Guinea found in the catalog.
The Legislative Council of Papua and New Guinea
Microfiche. Kaneohe, HI : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1997. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||prepared by the Dept. of Information and Extension Services, 1963.|
|Series||Common law abroad -- no. 97-273B|
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Central Agencies Coordination Committee. The functions of the Central Agencies Co-ordination Committee are; (a) to assist the Prime Minister, the National Executive Council,and any committees established by the National Executive Council in carrying out their respective functions by reviewing and making recommendations on any matters requiring their attention, including submissions to the. INDEPENDENT STATE OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA. AN ACT entitled Local-level Governments Administration Act , Being an Act to implement the Organic Law on Provincial Governments and Local-level Governments insofar as an Act of the Parliament is required to make provision for a system of Local-level Governments and for their administration.
Reconstitution of Legislative Council Pictorials PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA 5 P10SH 6 8P 2SH3P 3SH £1 5P 1 SH6 P2 6 Pictorials 5th South Pacific Conference 1 P3 1 SH2. PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA 5P 1 SH2 PAIR OF 5P 2SH3P 5P British Empire and Commonwealth Games Red Cross 5P 1SH 11 P2 SH5 2SH6P 5 Carved Heads 1st. The House of Assembly of Papua and New Guinea was the legislature of the territory of Papua and New Guinea from to Before , the Legislative Council of Papua and New Guinea sat from to under the Papua and New Guinea Act After independence in , the legislature was renamed from the House of Assembly of Papua New Guinea to the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.
Standing orders of the Legislative Council by New Guinea (Territory) (Book) Kicking out the Hun: a history of the Expropriation Board of the Mandated Territory of New Guinea by Patricia W Hopper (Book). Papua New Guinea has a unicameral National Parliament. Parliament was first created in as the House of Assembly of Papua and New Guinea. It became the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea in at independence. See more on the About our Parliament page on the Parliament website.
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The Office of Legislative Counsel provides the following services to the people and Government of Papua New Guinea: Draft legislations of the country. Provide legal advice to the Government or the Prime Minister. Assisting law schools in teaching Legislative Drafting. The Legislative Council of Papua and New Guinea was a legislative body in Papua New Guinea between and It was established by the Papua and New Guinea Act of Australia, which provided for the combined administration of the Territory of Papua and Territory of New Guinea under the United Nations trust territory had the power to make Ordinances for the "peace, order.
Legislative Council Debates. First [etc.] Council. Second [etc.] Meeting of the Second [etc.] Session, Etc. 6th October to 18th October, [etc.]. Author: Legislative Council (PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA, Territory of) Published: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Get this from a library. Inauguration of the Legislative Council for the Territory of Papua and New Guinea, Port Moresby, 26th November, [E J L Hallstrom;]. Hallstrom, E. Inauguration of the Legislative Council for the Territory of Papua and New Guinea: Port Moresby, 26th November, / compiled and prepared by E.J.L.
Hallstrom E. Hallstrom [Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation. Papua New Guinea House of Assembly and Legislative Council. In November the colonial Administration established a Legislative Council of 25 appointed European members (public servants, planters, businessmen and missionaries) and three appointed PNGan members.
The Council was restructured in to include more PNGan members. Inauguration of the Legislative Council for the Territory of Papua and New Guinea is signed by Hallstrom.
This website is the product of research by Caitlin Stone and Jim Berryman. It uses the Online Heritage Resource Manager, a tool developed by the eScholarship Research Centre, part of the University Library at the University of Melbourne.
Group portrait of Members of Legislative Council, Biography/History: The Legislative Council was constituted under the provisions of the Papua New Guinea Act The Act provided for the administration of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea under one Administrator, one Public Service and one Supreme Court.
The House of Assembly of Papua and New Guinea was the legislature of the territory of Papua and New Guinea from to Beforethe Legislative Council of Papua and New Guinea sat from to under the Papua and New Guinea Act After independence inthe legislature was renamed from the House of Assembly of Papua New Guinea to the National Parliament of Papua New Guinea.
Parliament House is an interesting place whether parliament is sitting or not. A small shop in the building has books and displays of Papua New Guinea's fantastic butterflies. Open am to 12 noon and pm to pm.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA, Part I-Introductory 1. Preliminary The present paper is intended to achieve two main ends.
Firstly, a fairly recent reviewer has complained in this Journal that there exists no comprehensive account of the position as to Parlia- mentary supervision of delegated legislation in the Australian.
Papua-New Guinea Provisional Administration Act a.b., do solemnly and sincerely promise and declare that I will render true and faithful service as a member of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea.
Continued editing, Consolidation and printing of Papua New Guinea Laws; and 4. Provide advice and / or draft legislation for provincial and local-level Governments. Objective. To provide the Prime Minister, Ministers and the National Executive Council with high quality and timely policy, legislative and management advice in relation to.
Background: At the Legislative Council building in Port Moresby, Ap a reconstituted legislative council of Papua-New Guinea, including native elected members for the first time, was opened.
Among official guests was the Minister for Territories, Mr. Hasluck, and Sir Alistair McMullin, the President of. Publisher: Legislative Council for the Territory of Papua and New Guinea () ASIN: BFCXQ6G; Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price.
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?Author: Territory of Papua and New Guinea. people of Papua New Guinea, those who are given the privilege and honour to represent their people in the Parliament have to be properly and adequately equipped to understand the process by which the Parliament fulfills these roles.
To do this the Parliament wishes to provide its Members with relevant information, knowledge and. Existing in members of Legislative Council to cease to hold office. Upon the commencement of this section— (a) the term of office of every elected member of the Legislative Council for the Territory of Papua and New Guinea shall be deemed to expire; and.
Later, the Papua and New Guinea Act of formally recognised the creation of a single administrative entity in the Territory of Papua and New Guinea under Australian civil rule.
This Act also provided for the creation of a Legislative Council and other areas of administration such as a judicial service, public service and local government. Territories of Nauru and New Guineapp. 34, 68; The Report of the Select Committee on Political Development; and the debate on this latter Report, Territory of Papua and New Guinea, Legislative Council Debates, 15 Oct.pp.It was a European elected member who moved for the appointment of the Select Committee.
The politics of Papua New Guinea takes place in a framework of a parliamentary representative democratic multi-party system, whereby the Prime Minister is the head of government. Papua New Guinea is an independent Commonwealth realm, with the monarch serving as head of state and a governor-general, nominated by the National Parliament, serving as their representative.
1. The Independent State of Papua New Guinea. 2. The area of Papua New Guinea. 3. National symbols. 4. National Capital District. 5. Provinces. 6. Declaration of Loyalty. 7. Oath of Allegiance.
Division 2 – Interpretation. 8. Principles of interpretation. PART II – THE NATIONAL LEGAL SYSTEM. Division 1 – The Laws of Papua New Guinea. 9.It may be in English, Papua-New Guinea Pidgin, or Motu language, however, if written in Papua-New Guinea Pidgin or Motu, must be accompanied by an English translation.
Every petition is scrutinized by the Clerk to ensure it conforms to the rules and practice of the Parliament and, in particular, that it is seeking action which lies within the.In June the National Executive Council (Papua New Guinea's Cabinet) approved in Decision / The first Archives Office, established inwas located in the basement of the then Legislative Council, later House of Assembly building in MacGregor Street, and remained there till when the Archives became the first government.