Constitutional reform in Trinidad and Tobago

By Richard Albert , 7 May 2014
Sangre Grande Civic Centre
National Consultation On Constitutional Reform 4th Consultation At The Sangre Grande Civic Centre
<p>Trinidad &amp; Tobago has been engaged in a long and often interrupted process of constitutional renewal since adopting its Constitution <span>n in&nbsp;</span><a href="" target="_blank">1976</a>. Calls for constitutional renewal appear to have grown&nbsp;loudest starting about ten years ago when a new Constitution was proposed in the House of Representatives in&nbsp;<a href="" target="_blank">2006</a>. Another effort followed in&nbsp;2009, with a new working document on constitutional reform. Both of those efforts stalled.</p>
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