The Yearbook of Polar Law IV (2012): 2935 Thoughts on a Greenlandic Constitution Speech by Mininnguaq Kleist Held at the Polar Law Symposium in Nuuk, September 8th 20111 Mininnguaq Kleist Before I begin my presentation I will start by introducing myself. I was born and raised in Greenland, lived 23 years in Denmark during childhood with my family. I studied in Aarhus, Denmark, where I took a masters degree in philosophy. After studies, I worked for one of the Greenlandic MPs in the North Atlantic Group in the Danish Parliament, Folketinget, and as the special advisor to the Chair of the constitutional and international law work group under the Greenlandic-Danish Self-Government Commission. Later on as a head of department in the Self-Government Offfice under the Greenland Government, and today as a head of offfice in our department of foreign afffairs the two latest positions in departments under The Premier's Offfice. Despite my professional background I will not speak on behalf of the Government of Greenland. I will be the only one to blame for what I say. As mentioned I am educated within philosophy, not law. But I have dealt somewhat with law for some years now.
The Yearbook of Polar Law Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2012
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