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Publication Date: April 7, 1967
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    S.I. 1967 No. 547: The Saint Vincent Constitution (Amendment No. 2) Order, 1967
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    Statutory Rules and Orders No. 9: Proclamation dissolving the Legislative Council on the 7th day of April, 1967
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SAINT VINCENTY.


GOVERNMENT GAZETTE:

(EXTRAORDINARY.)

puhblisb b iAtthoriti.


VOL. 100.] SAINT VINCENT, FRIDAY, 7 APRIL, 1967. [No. 21.


GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
No. 60.
LEGISLATION.

The following Documents are published with this issue of the Gazette:-
S.I. 1967 No. 547.-The Saint Vincent Constitution (Amendment No. 2)
Order, 1967.
S.R. & 0. No. 9.-Proclamation dissolving the Legislative Council on the
7th day of April, 1967.
7th April, 1967.

No. 61.
APPOINTMENTS.
1. The Rev. Father G. C. M. WOODROFFE as Marriage Officer with effect
from 8th April, 1967.
2. The Rev. Father G. C. M. WOODROFFE as Official Attestor, with effect
from 8th April, 1967.
(180)
By Command,
0. E. LEIGERTWOOD,
E.stablishliment Officer.
GOVERNMENT OFFICE,
SAINT VINCENT,
7th April, 1967.

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STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS


1967 No. 547

CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES --

The Saint Vincent Constitution (Amendment No. 2) Order 1967

Made 5th April 1967
Laid Before Parliament 5th April 1967
Coming into Operation 6th April 1967

At the Court at Windsor Castle, the 5th day of April 1964,, ,

Present, -

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council

Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of Her powers under Sec-
tions 5 and 7 of the West Indies Act 1962(a), is pleased, by and with
the advice of Her Privy Coincil, to order, and it is hereby ordered,
as follows:-

1.-(1) This Order may be cited as the Saint Vincent Constitu- Citation,
tion (Amendment No. 2) Order, 1967. construc-
tion and
(2) This Order shall be construed as one with the Saint Vincent commence-
(Constitution) Order in Council 1959(b) as amended by the Westment.
Indies (Dissolution and Interim Commissioner) Order in Council
1962(c) and the Saint Vincent Constitution (Amendment) Order
1967(d), (hereinafter called "The Principal Order").

(3) The Saint Vincent (Constitution) Order in Council 1959,
the Saint Vincent Constitution (Amendment) Order 1967 and this
Order may be cited together as the Saint Vincent Constitution Orders
1959 to 1967.



(a) 1962. e. 19.
(b) S.I. 1959/2201 (1959 I, p. 479)
(c) S.I. 1962/1084 (1962 II, p. 1220).
(d) S.I. 1967/232.
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(4) This Order shall come into operation on the 6th April, 1967.

Amend- 2. Section 36 of the principal Order is amended by the insertion,
ment of at the beginning of subsection (1), of the words "Subject to the
Section 36
of Order provisions of Section 40A of this Order".
of 1959.
Amend- 3. Section 37 of the principal Order is amended by the insertion,
mentof at the beginning of the section, of the words "Save as otherwise
Section 37
of Order provided in this Order".
of 1959.
Amend- 4. Section 39 of the principal Order is amended by the deletion
ment of from subsection (2) of the word "seven" and the substitution of the
Section 39
of Order word "five".
of 1959.
Insertion 5. The following section shall be inserted in the principal Order
of Section immediately after Section 40-
40A in
Order of
1959.
"Motions 40A.-(1) If-
of no con-
fidence. (a) the Administrator is satisfied that a motion of no
confidence given in accordance with the Standing
Orders of the Legislative Council has been received
by the Clerk of the Council; or
(b) the Administrator is given notice in writing by any
elected member of the Council that that member
proposes a motion of no confidence for debate in the
Council in terms specified in the notice,
and the Administrator is satisfied that the public interest
requires that the motion should be debated in the Council
as a matter of urgency, the Administrator may, if he shall
think fit, by Proclamation summon a special meeting of the
Council at such time and place as may be specified in the
Proclamation for the purpose of debating and disposing
of the motion:
Provided that the Council may be so summoned not-
withstanding that it stands prorogued.
(2) Where the Legislative Council meets, in pursuance
of a Proclamation under subsection (1) of this Section,
for the purposes of debating and disposing of a motion of
no confidence, the following provisions shall apply-
(a) such member of the Council (not being an elected
member) as may be specified by the Administrator
by writing under his hand shall preside at the
meeting;













(b) no business shall be transacted at the meeting other
than debating and disposing of the motion (includ-
ing an amendment to the motion);
(c) no person who is not an elected member of the
Council shall vote in any proceedings at the
meetings;
(d) the Standing Orders of the Council shall apply in
relation to any proceedings at the meeting with such
adaptations, modifications, and exceptions as may be
prescribed by the Administrator by Order;
(e) if at the meeting a motion of no confidence is duly
passed by a majority of all elected members of
Council in accordance with the provisions of this
Section, the member presiding shall transmit to the
Administrator a certificate in writing under his
hand to that effect; and, for the purposes of Sec-
tion 14 (1) of this Order, the certificate shall be
conclusive evidence that the motion was so passed
and shall not be questioned in any Court.

(3) In this Section "motion of no confidence" means a
motion that the Legislative Council should declare a lack
.of confidence in the Government of Saint Vincent.

(4) In the exercise of the powers conferred upon him by
this Section the Administrator shall act in his discretion".


EXPLANATORY NOTE

(This Note is not part of the Order).
This Order amends the Saint Vincent (Constitution) Order 1959
to make provision enabling the Administrator to summon a special
meeting of the Legislative Council to consider a motion of no confi-
dence in the Government of Saint Vincent in certain circumstances
and relating to the proceedings at such a meeting.


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SAINT VINCENT.

5' )TATUTORY RULES AND ORDERS,

J j1967, No. 9.


S(Gazetted 7th April, 1967).

By His Honour HYWEL GEORGE, Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the
British Empire, Administrator of the Colony of Saint Vincent.

[ L. S. ]

H. GEORGE.
Administrator.
A PROCLAMATION.

WHEREAS it is provided by section 46(2) of the SAINT VINCENT CON-
STITUTION ORDERS 1959 to 1967, that the Administrator, acting after
consultation with the Chief Minister, may at any time, by proclamation
published in the Gazette, dissolve the Legislative Council:

AND WHEREAS it is deemed expedient to dissolve the existing Legislative
Council on the Seventh day of April. One thou, and nine hundred and sixty-
seven:

Now THEREFORE I. after consultation with lthe Chief Minister, by virtue
of the powers conferred upon me, do hereby proclaim that the existing Legis-
lative Council shall be and the same is hereby dissolved on the Seventh day
of April, One thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven.


GIVEN under my hand at Government House in the Colony of Saint Vin-
cent this Seventh day of April. One thousand nine hundred and sixty-
seven and in the Sixteenth Year of the Reign of Her Majesty
QUEEN ELIZABETH THE SECOND.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!


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