Talk on Constitutional Change
Constitutional change by military regimes
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM Wed 20 June 2012
Room: DB145 ATSIP Building, James Cook Drive, ground floor lecture theatre
Fiji is embarking on what may be its fourth constitution since independence in 1970. Two constitutions, including the latest, have been abrogated following coups d’état. A dilemma now confronts the current Constitutional Commission: should it follow instructions from the Bainimarama Military Regime that appointed it or should it pursue constitutionality and the law?
Drinks and nibbles will be provided afterwards.
Presented by the School of Arts & Social Science and The Cairns Institute.
For more details:
Amanda Skinner, Marketing Coordinator, Faculty of Arts, Education and Social Sciences
Incorporating the School of Indigenous Australian Studies
Phone: 07 4781 6031