East India (Constitutional Reforms: Burma).: Proposals of the Government of India for a New Constituion for Burma. Presented to Parliament by Command of His Majesty
H. M. Stationery Office, 1920 - 72 pages
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Annexures to Enclosure N0 1
Speech by Sir Reginald Craddock LieutenantGovernor of Burma 19th April
Letter from the Government of Burma to the Government of India No 59 T1L8 dated
administration adopted Anglo-Indians Annexure appointment Bhamo Burma Legislative Assembly Burmese certiﬁcated Chief Secretary Circle Boards consideration considered criticism deﬁnite delegated Deputy Secretary District Council elected members electorates essential European Executive Council Executive Councillors Executive Government exercise ﬁnancial Financial Commissioner ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁve Government of Burma Government of India Governor Governor-General of India Heads of Departments Indian Constitutional Reforms Indian Provinces Indian scheme inﬂuence Insein Inspector-General interests of Burma justiﬁed Legislative Council Lieutenant-Governor Lower Burma matters measures ment Ministers modiﬁed Municipal Committees necessary nominated non-official members non-official President non-oﬁicial official oﬁicers oﬁicial opinion paragraph political position powers present proposed Provincial Budget Provincial Legislative Public Works Department qualiﬁed Rangoon reforms for Burma regards Report on Indian representatives responsible government Revenue and Finance rural scheme of reforms seats Secretary to Government secure self-government Sir Reginald Craddock subjects Syriam system of Boards tentative scheme tion towns tracts Viceroy village headmen village-tract