CONSTITUTIONAL LIMBO IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (THE UNCERTAINTY, NOT THE DANCE)*
Constitutional practice in Westminster-style parliamentary democracies throughout the Commonwealth can produce an infinite variety of scenarios of political law. In recent years, few such scenarios could have proved more intricate and intractable than the constitutional crisis that ended a short time ago in Trinidad and Tobago. A Canadian lawyer seeking to understand these difficulties would be navigating through instruments and practices not unfamiliar by comparison to his or her own system.
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