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Constitutional Reform

The Labour Government's Constitutional Reform Agenda


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Constitutional Reform by Raymond Plant
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An account of Labour's constitutional reform agenda and the thinking a nd debates that surround them. The text covers constitutional changes in 1999 or soon after to be implemented by the government, such as: the Scottish parliament and Welsh assembly; the Northern Ireland agreement; human rights reform; reform of the House of Lords; and freedom of information. The text also covers longer-term measures and objectives under consideration, such as: proportional representation; modernization of the monarchy; English regional assemblies; accountability in national security; reform of the judiciary and legal system; a home-grown Bill of Rights; and extending democracy within the institutions of the European Union.
Release date NZ
March 5th, 1999
Edited by Robert Blackburn
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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