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The Kiribati Independence Order and Constitution, 1979

Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony.

The Kiribati Independence Order and Constitution, 1979

by Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law -- Kiribati.,
  • Law -- Tuvalu.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCommon law abroad -- no. 97-338
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination65 p.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19318832M

      Kiribati is governed by a constitution adopted in The first general election since independence took place in March-April The current president is Teburoro Tito, who was first elected in and reelected in November The Republic of Kiribati celebrates its Independence Day on July It is the country’s national holiday that commemorates the independence of Kiribati from the United Kingdom in It is the country’s national holiday that commemorates the independence of Kiribati from the United Kingdom in

    Post-independence politics were initially dominated by Ieremia Tabai, Kiribati's first President, who served from to , stepping down due to Kiribati's three-term limit for presidents. The tenure of Teburoro Tito, Kiribati's second-longest serving President, was from to 1. This Constitution may be cited as the Constitution of Citation, Zimbabwe Rhodesia. 2. (I) Save as is otherwise provided in paragraph I of the Third Schedule. this Constitution shall come into operation on a date to be fixed by the President as defined in the former Consti­ tution by proclamation in the Gazette.

    Kiribati holidays Is Independence Day a Public Holiday? Independence Day is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed. In , it falls on a Sunday, and some businesses may choose to follow Sunday opening year: Thu, The Constitution promulgated at independence establishes Kiribati as a sovereign democratic republic and guarantees the fundamental rights of its citizens. The unicameral House of Assembly (Maneaba) has 42 members: 40 elected representatives, one appointed member from Banaba island, and the Attorney General on an exofficio basis.


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The Kiribati Independence Order and Constitution, 1979 by Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ofa Republic in Kiribati, continue in force on and after Independence Day as if they had been made ill pursuance ofthls Order. (2) The existing laws and any Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom or Ordet ofHet M'IiOw in Council ( the Kiribati Act or Ibis Order) having effect a.

part of the law of Kiribati or aoy partFile Size: 2MB. "Kiribati Independence Order (SI /): J (United Kingdom [gb]) SI /" published on by Oxford University Press. This Order provides for the Constitution of the Gilbert Islands as an independent Republic under the name Kiribati, with effect from 12th July The Constitution provides for an elected legislature, an elected president and a Cabinet responsible to the legislature, and an independent judiciary and public service.

By virtue of the Kiribati ActKiribati attained independence as an Independent Republic on 12 July The following Order made provision for a Constitution for Kiribati to come into effect on that day, including provision for the Legislature, the The Kiribati Independence Order and Constitution of State, the Executive Government, Judicature, and the Public Service.

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POST-INDEPENDENCE When Kiribati attained independence on 12 July by the Kiribati Independence Order made by the British Privy Council, it was provided with a written Constitution which was stated to be the supreme law and a new elected legislative body but the existing laws were retained until repealed by the legislative body.

§Amendment No. 2, in clause 2, page 1, l at beginning insert— '1) Subject to the provisions of subsections (2) and (3) below'.' § Amendment No. 5, in clause 2, page 1, l at end insert— '(2) The constitution of Kiribati to be made under subsection (1) above shall make provision for a compact of free association between the Gilbert Islands (other than.

In the group achieved its independence, becoming a Republic within the British Commonwealth and taking the name 'Kiribati'. As the book deals with the culture of the people who have inhabited the islands for a considerable period of time, Professor Koch felt it would be sensible to refer to the islands and the people by their present names.

The independence constitution was finally drafted in London in the form of an order-in-council, the British government accepting the provisions for Kiribati to become a republic, for national elections for the President, for alternative voting systems and for the principle of recall.

The independence constitution survives. They do, however, exist. I have created this website as a resource for people looking for books and other documents relating to the Republic of Kiribati.

Kiribati. This section contains books published afterwhen the Gilbert Islands became the independent nation of Kiribati. Under the independence constitution ofKiribati became a sovereign and democratic republic with a unicameral legislature, the Maneaba ni Maungatabu. The president (Beretitenti, pronounced ‘Beresitence’) is both head of state and head of government, and is elected nationally, from nominations (from among its own members) made by the Maneaba ni Maungatabu.

Lancaster House Agreement, 21 December SOUTHERN RHODESIA Independence Constitution, and that elections should be supervised under British authority to *The Constitution, which was enacted by Order in Council on 6 December File Size: KB.

This Guide to Law Online Kiribati contains a selection of I-Kiribati legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet. Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and. Books at Amazon.

The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and. Kiribati: aspects of history University of the South Pacific.

Institute of Pacific Studies, Alaima Talu, University of the South Pacific. Extension Services, University of the South Pacific. Institute of Pacific Studies and Extension Services, Kiribati.

Ministry of Education, Training, and Culture Snippet view - Books shelved as kiribati: The Sex Lives of Cannibals: Adrift in the Equatorial Pacific by J. Maarten Troost, A Pattern Of Islands by Arthur Grimble, Waa. Independence for Kiribati The Gilberts obtained internal self-government in and held general elections in February which saw Ieremia Tabai elected Chief Minister at only age Kiribati attained independence on 12 July by the Kiribati Independence Order made by the Privy Council.

The US relinquished all claims to the sparsely inhabited Phoenix and Line Island groups in a treaty of friendship with Kiribati. Kiribati joined the UN in and has been an active participant in international efforts to combat climate change. Location: This entry identifies the country's regional location.

Kiribati's independence also provided for the inclusion of Banaba, a former phosphate-mining center, as a part of the new nation despite the contrary wishes of its native residents.

The constitution of Kiribati developed from a convention held at Bairiki on Tarawa in Mayinvolving men and women representing all the islands and various. The Kiribati Constitution of Jcontains provisions relating to the three branches of government, free elections, and fundamental rights and freedoms.

The country has a common law system and court structure that resulted from it being a British colony, but customary laws also form part of the legal system. The special provisions of the Kiribati constitution grant the Banabans an unprecedented degree of local control over their part of Kiribati.

To the Gilbertese, a separate Banaba represents a form of reverse discrimination, where the unfounded desire of a small minority is imposed against the wishes of a majority of more tBarnes & Noble’s online bookstore for books, NOOK ebooks & magazines.

Shop music, movies, toys & games, too. Receive free shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership.Independence: 12 July (from United Kingdom). Constitution: 12 July US relinquished all claims to the sparsely inhabited Phoenix and Line Island groups in a treaty of friendship with Kiribati.

Geography: Location: Oceania, Central Pacific Ocean. Area: km² ( sq. mi.) in 32 atolls and one island.