SCHEDULE 1 TO THE CONSTITUTION
i) Chapter I;
ii) section 19, 20 and 59;
iii) sections 23, 24, 30, 33, 37, 39, 40, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58 and 73;
iv) Chapter V;
v) sections 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 97, and 98;
vi) Chapter VIII;
vii) Chapter IX;
viii) section 124 in its application to any of the provisions mentioned in this Schedule; or
ix) Schedule 2.
Section 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 18 and 19.
SCHEDULE 2 TO THE CONSTITUTION
All constituencies shall contains as nearly equal numbers of inhabitants as appear to the Constituency Boundaries Commission to be reasonable practicable by the Commission may depart from this principle to such extent as it considers expedient to take account of the following factors, that is to say:-
a) the density of population, and in particular the need to ensure the adequate representation of sparsely populated rural areas;
b) the means of communication;
c) geographical features; and
d) the boundaries of administrative areas.
SCHEDULE 3 TO THE CONSTITUTION
1.- Action taken in matters certified by the Attorney-general to affect relations or dealings between the Government and the Government of any country or territory other than Saint Lucia or any international organization.
2.- Action taken in any country or territory outside Saint Lucia by or on behalf of any officer representing or acting under the authority of the Government.
3.- Action taken under any law relating to extradition or fugitive offenders.
4.- Action taken for the purposes of investigating crime or of protecting the security of Saint Lucia.
5.- The commencement or conduct of civil or criminal proceedings before any court of law having jurisdiction in Saint Lucia or before any international court or tribunal.
6.- Any exercise of the prerogative of mercy.
7.- Action taken in matters relating to contractual or other commercial transactions, being transactions of a department of government of an authority to which section 112 applies but nor being transactions for or relating to-
a) the acquisition of land compulsorily or in circumstances in which it could be acquired compulsorily;
b) the disposal as surplus of land acquired compulsorily or in circumstances in which it could have been acquired compulsorily.
8.- Action taken in respect of appointments or removals, pay, discipline, superannuation or other personnel matter in relation to service in any office or employment in the public service or under any authority as may be prescribed by law.
9.- Any matter relating to any person who is or was a member of the armed forces of Saint Lucia in so far as the matter relates to-
a) the terms and conditions of his service as such; or
b) any order, command, penalty or punishment given to or affecting him in his capacity as such.
10.- Any action which by virtue of any provision of this Constitution may not be enquired into by any court of law.
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