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John-Theobalds, Michelle
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: LAW
This dissertation argues that there is a significant deficiency in the pre-legislative and legislative scrutiny processes in St. Lucia, caused by the failure of Parliament to utilize the Standing Orders in the manner in which they were intended and develop and follow a more systematic scrutiny process. The author explains how this has hindered St. Lucia’s ability to gain more benefit from the legislative process and improve the quality of legislation produced with less likelihood of amendments.
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    • T independence.  The  process  is  governed  largely  by  the  House  of  Assembly  Standing  he  legislative  process  in  St.  Lucia  has  existed  from  1979  when  the  island  gained  Orders  of  1979 4  .  Over  the  past  four  decades,  legislative  reform  has  spread  to 
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