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1.The recommendations of the Wood & Moyne Commission represented for West Indians → A: Demands for a measure of representation in government2.Which court is referred to as the court with unlimited jurisdiction? → B: High Court3.Moyne Commision was regarded to be … The Wood’s Commission report? A: More progressive4.In historical perspective, the moyne commission is remembered for introducing the political element in the west indies? D: All of the above5.What is required for an international treaty to become enforceable? B: Passing of legislation to reflect the treaty6.Which of the following is the final appellate court for trinidad and tobago? D: Judicial Committeeof the Privy council7.Constitutional matters are heard by which of the following court in Trinidad and tobago? B: High court8.The trinidad reform committee had demanded in …. For changes in the crown colony system but was refused by the chamberlain? D: 18959.The carnarvon principle was expanded by lewis in? C: 186110.In….The resident of port of spain petitioned governor demanding the stopping of a proposed underground sewerage system? A: 1862