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  • 20 Jun 2015
  • John Armour, Daniel Awrey
  • Pages: 46
The global financial crisis of 2007–08 triggered a plethora of regulatory reforms under the auspices of international bodies such as the G20 and Financial Stability Board. Yet the implementation of these reforms remains a task for individual countries.
  • 30 Jul 2012
  • Biman Chand Prasad, Paul Kausimae
  • Pages: 90
SOCIAL POLICIES IN SMALL STATES SERIES The country case studies and thematic papers in this series examine social policy issues facing small states and the implications for economic development. They show how, despite their inherent vulnerability ...
  • 01 Jan 2002
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 48
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
Honiara is the capital city of Solomon Islands, a country of many islands spread over 1,450 kms from Bougainville (Papua New Guinea) in the north to Vanuatu in the south, and covering an area of some 29,000 km2. At the 2009 Census, the national...
Solomon Islands comprises a scattered archipelago of mountainous islands that straddles Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea, and is 1,800 km north-east of Australia. It was ‘discovered’ by the Spanish explorer A ´ lvaro de Mendan˜a in 1567. In 1893 it was...
In October 2001, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr Don McKinnon, received a request from the Chairman of the Electoral Commission of Solomon Islands, Mr Paul Tovua, for the Commonwealth to observe the 2001 National Parliamentary elections. On 6...
There are a number of provisions of the Constitution that are of special significance so far as elections are concerned. For instance, it stipulates the functions of the Electoral Commission. It specifies a single Chamber of Parliament with a life of...
Although there is no official campaign period in Solomon Islands, section 78 of the National Parliament (Electoral Provisions) Act 1980 infers that campaigning may take place from the date of proclamation to the date of publication of the results....
We formed our Conclusions and Recommendations while examining most aspects of the election process during the Solomon Islands National Parliamentary elections in accordance with our terms of reference, which state, inter alia, that the Group...
On Wednesday, 5 December 2001, polling stations were scheduled to open at 7 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. While some of us were able to witness the opening of the poll, others were unable to do so as the ballot boxes had been closed before the arrival of...
Solomon Islands gained constitutional independence from the United Kingdom on 7 July 1978 and adopted the Westminster system of government. It recognises HM Queen Elizabeth II as its Head of State and is represented by a Governor-General, currently...
Solomon Islands is a scattered archipelago consisting of six major islands and hundreds of small volcanic and raised atolls. The two most heavily populated islands are called Malaita and Guadalcanal. The majority of the population are Melanesian,...
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