2 edition of Cook Islands, including Cook Islands Constitution. found in the catalog.
Cook Islands, including Cook Islands Constitution.
by Printed under the authority of the New Zealand Govt., by R. E. Owen, Govt. Printer in Wellington
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||76364440|
assist the Cook Islands progress on disability in future reporting. It will also take a twin-track approach by including persons with disabilities in mainstream services and such services targeted specifically to their needs. Through this Policy, the Cook Islands Government expresses its continued committment to. The Constitution of the Cook Islands 3 An Act to make provision for self government by the people of the Cook Islands (other than Niue) and to provide a constitution for those islands 1 Short Title and commencement (1) This Act may be cited as the Cook Islands Constitution Act Note.
Cook Islands. Rarotonga is the capital of the Cooks with the highest population (at aro people). Tall, lush peaks are surrounded by breath-taking . The Cook Islands are a self-governing parliamentary democracy in free association with New Zealand, located in Polynesia, in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean, between French Polynesia (Society Islands) to the east and Tonga to the west.. This archipelago has 15 inhabited islands spread out over million square kilometres of ocean with no land between the tropical Cook Islands and.
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This Act may be cited as the Cook Islands Constitution Act (2) This Act shall come into force on a date to be appointed for the commencement thereof by the Governor-General, by Proclamation, being a date later than the date on which the first meeting of the Legislative Assembly of the Cook Islands is held after the first general election.
The Cook Islands is a self governing nation "in free association with New Zealand". That means it makes its own laws and governs itself, but New Zealand is responsible for External Affairs and Defence in consultation with the Cook Islands government.
All Islanders also have New Zealand citizenship and this right is protected under the constitution. The Cook Islands Government Account established by Article 67 hereof is hereby declared to be the same account as the Cook Islands Assembly Account established by section 15 of the Cook Islands Amendment Act ; and all money in the last-mentioned account immediately before Constitution Day shall on and after Constitution Day be deemed to.
The Cook Islands, named after Captain James Cook who landed inbecame a British protectorate in and was later annexed by proclamation in The Cook Islands was first included within the boundaries of New Zealand inand inresidents chose self-government in free association with New Zealand.
The Cook Islands are named after Captain James Cook, who visited the islands in including Cook Islands Constitution. book The Cook Islands became a British protectorate in ByCook Islands islands were annexed as British territory.
Inthe islands were included within the boundaries of the Colony of New Zealand. The Cook Islands contain 15 islands in the group spread over a vast area in the South Pacific. More books set in the Cook Islands: The Black Pearls by Richard MacAndrew The Book of Puka-Puka by Robert Dean Frisbie Collected Poems by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell The Dark Lord of Savaiki: Collected Poems by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell Doctor to the Islands by Tom Davis Don't Walk Under the Coconuts by Robert Lyman Borden.
Constitution Day in the Cook Islands Date in the current year: August 4, Citizens of the Cook Islands annually celebrate Constitution Day on August 4. The holiday celebrates the day, when the Islands declared a self-governing nation in a free association with New Zealand.
The Cook Islands became a British protectorate in Dates for Constitution Day - Cook Islands,and other years. This table lists the statutes in force in the Cook Islands as at 1 July ‘R&C’ means request and consent, and refers to an Act passed by New Zealand Parliament in the accordance with the former article 36 of the Cook Islands Constitution.
A basic list of statutes of British Imperial origin still in. Angry residents of the Cook Islands protest against the introduction of Sunday flights, as they disrupt the peace of the tropical, Polynesian haven.
Published: 30 Jun If you’re looking for a more intrepid adventure, Atiu is the island for you. Unlock its mysteries, explore ancient caves, observe rare tropical bird life, and discover 36 secluded coral sand beaches. As one of the three southern group islands known as Nga-Pu-Toru, Atiu attracts the spirit of the explorer.
THE COOK ISLANDS: A VOYAGE TO STATEHOOD 4. a restructured public sector that is effective, efficient and affordable; and 5. social equity for all, including safety nets for the weak and defenceless members of society.
Economic Growth In earlythe Cook Islands entered upon a vigorous programme to achieve sustainable development based on. Vacation in the Cook Islands Map Vacation in the Cook Islands.
If you’ve ever wanted a travel experience off the grid, a vacation in the Cook Islands would be a good choice. Scattered over an expanse of ocean the size of Western Europe, the 15 Cook Islands are a castaway’s dream come true. These easy-on-the-eyes islands, fifteen in all, were named after Captain Cook, the famed British explorer, who sailed through them in Long a British protectorate, in the administrative control of the islands was transferred to Neweven though self-governing, the Cook Islands are in a somewhat dependent association with New Zealand regarding defense and other external.
A little paradise means Aitutaki, home to approximately people and the world’s most beautiful lagoon. It's only km or a minute flight from Rarotonga. Secluded and romantic, 15 motus (islets) are sprinkled across this huge turquoise, sunlit lagoon.
After Rarotonga, Aitutaki is our second most visited island in the Cook Islands. Explore Avarua holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Fronting a pretty bay on Rarotonga’s north coast, Avarua is the Cook Islands’ only proper town.
Hardly an urban jungle, Avarua’s largest buildings are barely the height of a coconut tree, and the atmosphere of shops and cafes is extremely laid-back. Cook Islands, island group ( est.
pop. 17,), 90 sq mi ( sq km), S Pacific, SE of Samoa; a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand. It consists of 15 sm. Constitution of the Cook Islands THE CONSTITUTION OF THE COOK ISLANDS Analysis 1 Interpretation PART I THE GOVERNMENT OF THE COOK ISLANDS 2 The Head of State The Queen's Representative 3 The Queen's Representative in the Cook Islands 4 Oath of Office 5 Queen's Representative 6 Information to Queen's Representative.
Cook Islands Hotel Deals: Find great deals from hundreds of websites, and book the right hotel using Tripadvisor's 88, reviews of Cook Islands hotels. This Guide to Law Online Cook Islands contains a selection of Cook Islander legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet.
Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics. Subject to the Constitution, Parliament "may make laws (to be known as Acts) for the peace, order and good government of the Cook Islands" (Article 39(1), including "laws having extra-territorial operation" (Article 39 (2)).
Bills passed by Parliament only become law when they have been assented to by the Queen's Representative (Article 44(1)).The Cook Islands are a group of islands in the southern form an independent state, but have strong ties with New 15 small islands have a total land surface of square kilometers.
About people live on the islands, most of them from largest island, Rarotonga, also holds the territory's capital, Avarua. The nation also has a distinctive Polynesian.When the Cook Islands attained self-governance (i.e.
internal autonomy, but subject to New Zealand control of defence and external affairs) on 4 Augusta Constitution was enacted by the New Zealand Parliament which authorised the Cook Islands Legislative Assembly, called after the Cook Islands Parliament, to enact laws for the Cook.