Twenty Years of the Papua New Guinea Constitution
Owen Jessep, Anthony J. Regan, Eric Lokai Kwa
Lawbook Company, 2001 - Constitutional history - 386 pages
A collection of papers presented at a conference held in Papua New Guinea in March 1996, examining the operation of the PNG constitution in its first 20 years of operation.
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