Sunday, 29 April 2007 7:27 AM

Kwara'ae customary laws may compliment Constitution

The people and chiefs of Kwara'ae have completed the Kwara'ae Taki, or rules, at the end of a two weeks workshop.

The workshop focused on customary laws, the end result was the Kwara'ae Taki, stated workshop organizer Hudson Kwalea. "These people have a deeper sense of understanding and appreciation for their own Laws"

Kwalea went on to say that many of the villagers believe the Kwara'ae Taki will compliment the National Constitution as they are based on similar values. "Respect and recognition is an integral aspect of both the Constitution and the Kwara'ae Taki"

The two-week workshop was organised by the Dalobala, Sirahi and Tafubala Tribal Association.

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