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Lockdown Orders by the Prime Minister is Legally Valid Under the Constitution, High Court Ruled

Piringi- July 5, 2021

The High Court recently ruled that the lockdown orders made by the Prime Minister under the COVID-19 Emergency Powers are legally valid under the constitution. ... Read More

Public Health Emergency Bill do not reflect the doctrine of the separation of powers”: Sikua

Sibc News- June 10, 2021

Former Member of Parliament for Northeast Guadalcanal Dr. Derek Sikua says certain sections of the Public Health Emergency Bill do not reflect the doctrine of ... Read More

“NO URGENCY IN EXTENDING THE LIFE OF PARLIAMENT” SOGAVARE

Sibc News- April 28, 2021

The proposed policy to extend the life of the current Parliament house would go through proper processes and it will not be rushed. Prime Minister ... Read More

‘SAB 2020 contrary to National Constitution’

Admin- August 31, 2020

Leader of the Opposition Hon. Mathew Wale The Supplementary Appropriation Bill 2020 may be contrary to the National Constitution says, Leader of Opposition Hon. Matthew ... Read More

LILO POINTED OUT CONSTITUTIONAL INCONSISTENCIES ON TAX-FREE

Sibc News- October 24, 2016

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CRU STARTS FINAL CONSULTATION WITH BAR ASSOCIATION

Sibc News- June 14, 2016

A member of the Bar Association at the consultations. Photo credit: CRU. The Constitutional Reform Unit (CRU) begins its final consultation on the second 2014 ... Read More

CRU CONCLUDED AWARENESS AT PNG’s UNITECH

Sibc News- April 13, 2016

Group photo of participating UNITECH students and officials. Photo credit: CRU. The Constitutional Reform Unit (CRU) has concluded a four-day awareness program on the second ... Read More