The Control of Advice to the Crown and the Development of Executive Independence in New Zealand

@article{Cox2003TheCO,
  title={The Control of Advice to the Crown and the Development of Executive Independence in New Zealand},
  author={N. Cox},
  journal={The Bond Law Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={13},
  pages={7}
}
  • N. Cox
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • The Bond Law Review
In the absence of a widespread political and legal consensus about the sources of legislative authority, the traditional Diceyan view of parliamentary sovereignty perhaps fails to adequately explain the political reality of New Zealand's undoubted political independence. A better explanation may be that the Crown, rather than Parliament, and in conjunction with the Treaty of Waitangi, is the source of an autochthonous constitutional order. This is grounded in symbolism and administrative… Expand
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