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January 26, 2021
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Constitutional & Law Reform Commission: New Chamber

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The Constitutional and Law Reform Commission (CLRC) opened its new Inquiry Chamber today at the First Heritage Centre in Port Moresby.

The Inquiry Chamber will be a public facility and will be used to settle enquiries by different departments and agencies.

 

The opening of the new CLRC Inquiry Chamber was witnessed by Commission members, CLRC staff, Government Department partners, and the media. The ceremony was opened in the first session with a word of prayer by Reverend Chuainsker Natung, to bless the new room.

 

After a short break, a mock inquiry session was in play. The session involved the Senior Legal Officer of the Department of Provincial and Local Government Affairs, Matalau Nakikus, to present his department’s report to the bench of Commissioners.

 

The Commissioners were Professor Betty Lovai, School of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean at the University of PNG, and Nipa-Kutubu MP, Jeffery Pesab Komal.

 

CLRC is a merger of the former Law Reform Commission and the Constitutional Commission and is the Law Reform body of the country.

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