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Cheryl Saunders
Laureate Professor Emeritus, Melbourne Law School. Constitutions and public law, in Australia & globally.
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Latin American insiders:what can we learn from events in Bolivia about the ‘monitoring’ role of regional bodies like the OAS?
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Chile: Protesters demand a Constituent Assembly, not a Congress.
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Melbourne Law School Nov 11
Congratulations to MLS Professors , Jacqueline Peel and Ian Ramsay, who have been appointed Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 11
Actually, a Constituent Congress, as it turns out. Thanks to for pointing out this critical difference in terminology and, so, effect.
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 11
Replying to @Camila_Vergara
Ah; many thanks! I wondered...
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ConstitutionNet Nov 11
🔊🔊🔊 New Piece As 's Independence Referendum approaches, notes its non-binding nature n explains why rather than is the likely scenario
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 10
‘Constitutional’ argument being put on Tuesday, apparently.
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 10
A new Constitution for Chile! Drafted by a Constituent Assembly. Worth watching the framework within which the CA will (be expected to) operate. | The Japan Times
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ABC Melbourne Nov 10
: The High Court will reveal on Wednesday whether it will hear an appeal by Cardinal George Pell against his child sexual abuse convictions.
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NITV Nov 9
OPINION: Victoria's First Peoples’ Assembly election is history in the making, and it will lead to huge structural change for our people, writes Gunditjmara woman and Victoria's Treaty Advancement Commissioner Jill Gallagher.
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Prof M Davis [-0-] Nov 8
OMG! This is brilliant! *A gentle breath to the Parliament* this is my life as a constitutional lawyer 😂 and this absolutely captures the political elite’s continued response to the Uluru Statement From the Heart and enshrined Voice (in 3 minutes) 🤣 😭😭😭
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 8
A Voice in action, ! A great achievement, with more to come!
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Sophie Pedder Nov 7
There's a lot of frenzied commentary about our interview with President Macron. For anybody seeking a deeper insight into his world view, his vision of a strategic Europe and the way he thinks, I really recommend taking the time to read the full transcript
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Nalini 🌼 Nov 8
Ayodhya verdict uploaded on the Supreme Court website. Runs into 1045 pages. Full copy of the judgment can be accessed at -
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Jason Mifsud Nov 7
So, the - Voice Co-Design Senior Advisory Group - has been announced without any Victorians - the State who is leading the way on Treaty!! 🤔
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 8
ISC decision on Ayodhya due Saturday.
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 8
Goodness! Very interesting to see the Crown being factored back in, as a conceptual tool for analysing belonging.
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 8
Interesting thread
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Cheryl Saunders Nov 8
Remarkable solutions in peace building. Sovereignty over Pheasant Island has alternated every 6 months between France and Spain for the past 400 years.
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Claudia Geiringer Nov 8
Check out "Lawyers for Climate Action NZ Inc. Launch"
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