1 edition of road to self-government found in the catalog.
road to self-government
British Information Services.
in [New York
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JV1062 .A518|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||63037339|
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A governor’s power could diminish as the colony gained more representative government. This representation could come in the form of an Executive Council to help with the colony’s administration or, in a further stage of self-government, Legislative Councils and Assemblies in which the governor.
Belizeans achieved self government in This meant that all the ministries except Foreign Affairs and Defence were managed by Belizeans. During the period between and the PUP continued as the most successful political party and its main objective.
FILIPINOS HAVE MADE STRIDES ON ROAD TO SELF-GOVERNMENT; Merit Is Seen in Main Features of Pending Measures for Independence. To us, self-government means having the freedom to live by our traditions—and to live with the consequences of the decisions we make.
It means we are free to prosper by our own hand and ingenuity. It means we are no longer tenants on our own land—we are masters in.
The self-governance of Singapore was carried out in several stages. Since the founding of Singapore inSingapore had been under the colonial rule of the United Kingdom.
The first local elections on a limited scale for several positions in the government of Singapore started in following an amendment to the Constitution of Singapore. This was further amended with the Rendel Constitution, strengthening local representation.
Singapore was granted full internal self-government. Self-Discipline the First Step toward Self-Government. Political societies and their various governments have come and gone while man has been advancing his civilization, but the basic problems attendant to human relationships continue.
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