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Changing Caribbean constitutions

Francis Alexis

Changing Caribbean constitutions

by Francis Alexis

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Published by Antilles Publications in Bridgetown, Barbados .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Caribbean Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Constitutional law -- Caribbean Area.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Francis Alexis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKGJ548 .A75 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxviii, 281 p. ;
      Number of Pages281
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2883275M
      LC Control Number84106780

      Timeline of Constitutions; Constitution Rankings; Data Visualizations; Comparing Egyptian Constitutions; Comparing Myanmar (Burma) Constitutions; Download CCP Data; World Constitutional Holidays; Other Resources; Publications. Books; Articles; Reports & Other Publications; Cambridge Book Series; Collaborators’ Publications; Constitution.   Dr. Alexis – the author of Changing Caribbean Constitutions – in offering his legal opinion on the ‘Jurisdiction relating to Article (4) of the Constitution of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana,’ said Article (4), undoubtedly, gives the Court of Appeal ‘exclusive jurisdiction’ to hear and determine any question relating to.

      'Making Constitutions is a seminal book that sets a new standard for empirical legal scholars and for the political scientists concerned with institutional design. It is part of an emerging trend of scholarly work seeking to predict the content of constitutional rules this volume will therefore serve as an exemplar for scholars interested. All Commonwealth Caribbean constitutions belong to a stock of constitutions that are based on the parliamentary Westminster system of government. It is instructive to note that the constitutions of Caribbean independent states were primarily produced by British civil servants at Whitehall, with little input from Caribbean publics.

      Constitutional reform in the Caribbean then has largely been an exercise in the transference of power from the colonial to local rulers. It was essentially a change from dependence to independence for the states involved. Following a failed federation in . This title is an essential resource for students of Caribbean public law. The book identifies the key features of the constitutions in the now twelve independent states and six overseas territories in the Caribbean and examines the core principles associated with constitutional law in .


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Francis Alexis. Antilles Publications, - Administrative law - pages. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Alexis, Francis. Changing Caribbean constitutions. Bridgetown, Barbados: Carib Research & Publications,© The Oxford Handbook of Caribbean Constitutions Edited by Changing Caribbean constitutions book Albert, Derek O'Brien, and Se-shauna Wheatle Oxford Handbooks.

A first-of-its-kind resource studying the operation of constitutional law across the entire Caribbean, embracing the linguistic, political, and cultural diversity of the region. Change Making Through Constitution Reform in the Commonwealth Caribbean by Prof. Simeon McIntosh Professor, Faculty of Law, UWI, Cave Hill Campus Thank you very much.

I wish to speak conceptually about constitutional reform as a part of an essential process of constitution making in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Caribbean jurisprudence on the duty of uberrimae fides / Lesley A.

Walcott The use of international law by domestic tribunals in the Caribbean in death penalty cases / David S. Berry Legitimate expectations, international treaties and the Caribbean Court of Justice.

at King’s College London sought to explicate the way that the Caribbean historical experience, out of which have sprung our constitutions, laws and governing principles, is rooted in violence, corruption and a careless and irresponsible attitude towards our relations with each other and with our natural environment.

20 Francis Alexis, Changing Caribbean Constitutions (Antilles Publications, ). Bulkan, Constitution (Re)-making in the Commonwealth Caribbean n 85 To this end, I propose in this article to undertake a modest examination of the central problem raised by some of the provisions of the Jamaican.

"This is the first book to be written on Caribbean constitutional theory. In the continuing discourse and emergent project of constitutional reform in the Commonwealth Caribbean, it examines the origins of the Independence Constitutions across the Commonwealth Caribbean and traces the region's constitutional development from the time of the emancipation of slavery through to.

Changing Caribbean constitutions by Francis Alexis,Carib Research & Publications edition, in EnglishPages: FACULTY OF LAW BOOKLIST FOR ACADEMIC YEAR / COURSE TITLE AND EDITION AUTHOR LAW - LAW AND LEGAL SYSTEMS Commonwealth Caribbean Law and Legal Systems, (2nd Ed.) (P) Antoine, R.M.B.

Changing Caribbean Constitutions (Newest Edition) (R) Alexis, F. Fundamentals of Caribbean Constitutional Law (HR) Robinson T, Bulkan A.

& Saunders Transitions in Caribbean. Caribbean Jurisprudence on the Duty of Uberrimae Fides 76 Lesley A. Walcott II. THE CONFLUENCE OF INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC LAW 5.

The Use of International Law by Domestic Tribunals in the Caribbean in Death Penalty Cases David S. Berry 6. Legitimate Expectations, International Treaties and the Caribbean Court of Justice Eddy D.

Fundamentals of Caribbean Constitutional Law. Fundamentals of Caribbean Constitutional Law is an essential resource for students of Caribbean public law. The book identifies the key features of the constitutions in the now twelve independent states and six overseas territories in the Caribbean and examines the core principles associated with.

This book includes the reforms proposed by the various Caribbean Commissions sincemaking it a comprehensive guide to constitutional law in the Caribbean. It outlines sources of the law and developing changes in the doctrine of sovereignty of Parliament and the Conventions of the Constitution as well as in the role of the Public Service.

Alexis F. "Changing Caribbean Constitutions". Introduction and Ch. 1 and 2 Phillips, Sr. Fred "West Indian Constitutions" Ch. 1XC Carnegie, A.R. "The Constitution as Protection of Human Rights in the Commonwealth Caribbean" () Barnett, L.G.

"The Constitutional Law of Jamaica", pp Changing Caribbean constitutions by Francis Alexis, unknown edition, Classifications Dewey Decimal ClassLibrary of CongressPages: Changing to Republic requires Referendum Of the six remaining monarchical features in the Constitution, only two may be revoked or altered by ordinary legislation.

The discussion exceeded the con-ventional treatment of the subject in textbooks on Legal Systems. This edition con-firms International Law as a major source of law but explores in greater detail, its impact on domestic law and in particular, the interpretation of the Constitutions of Commonwealth Caribbean States.

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