Tag: Constitutional Commission

Commission backs need to clarify CI constitution

Commission backs need to clarify CI constitution

| 04/07/2018 | 2 Comments

(CNS): As Cayman marked the 59th anniversary of its original constitution this week, the commission which has responsibility for the national document has published the advice it has given to the government ahead of planned talks with the UK to amend the 2009 Constitution. The Constitutional Commission is backing government’s desire to address specific issues […]

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Audio of Constitution for visually impaired ‘soon come’

Audio of Constitution for visually impaired ‘soon come’

| 05/12/2016 | 7 Comments

(CNS): More than seven years after the Cayman Islands Constitution was implemented and three years after the Bill of Rights came into effect, the Constitutional Commission has revealed plans for an audio version for the visually impaired. The commission said the project was in “the preliminary stages” and said they hoped to have it completed […]

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Constitutional reform considered as Cayman takes a holiday

Constitutional reform considered as Cayman takes a holiday

| 04/07/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): As people enjoyed a day off Monday to mark the first constitution in the Cayman Islands’ history in 1959, Premier Alden McLaughlin pointed to the importance of the one that came 50 years later. He said that the 2009 constitution steered through by the previous PPM government had established a new and modern framework […]

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