Law reform commission welcomes two women

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THREE commissioners of the constitutional law reform commission (CLRC) were sworn in yesterday, will be serving a term of four years to contribute to reforming the country’s laws.
Of the three, Dr Fiona Hukula’s term was renewed for a second term.
Martha Kokiva and Reverend Dr Jack Urame are new appointees.
CLRC chairman and Wewak MP Kevin Isifu welcomed the appointments of Dr Hukula and Kokiva which “brings gender balance to the commission and strengthens the voice of females on law reform matters”.
“The three bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the commission,” he said.
Hukula is a senior researcher at the National Research Institute specialising in anthropology, sociology and politics.
Kokiva comes with nearly 30 years of experience as a private legal practitioner and expertise in constitutional law.
Rev Urame, the head bishop of the Lutheran church, is representing the PNG council of churches.