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2008 Negotiations

The Constitutional Talks between the Cayman delegates and UK’s Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) were held over a period of approximately 5 months starting from 29 September – 5 February 2009. During the negotiation meetings, the Cayman delegates presented their opening and closing statements while discussing the various items highlighted in their Position Papers. Feedback received from individuals and various organizations were also considered during this time.

As a result of these meetings, a final draft Constitution was published and efforts were made to conduct public education on the various aspects of the Constitution from a lay person’s perspective. Upon completion, the public was asked to vote on the final draft Constitution during the Referendum in May 2009.

The Cayman Islands Constitution Order 2009 FINAL DRAFT.

This is a consolidated version which also includes the draft entrustment letter from FCO, draft letter on Orders-in-Council from FCO and draft letter on Future Constitutional Change. This draft builds on the work done from the third and final round of Constitutional Talks.

See also:
Constitutional Talks — Round One | Constitutional Talks — Round Two.


Last Updated: 2009-10-29