Recommended changes to Nauru's constitution are set to be tabled for discussion in parliament and 90-days consultation before going to a public referendum.
A 36-member convention has been discussing recommendations put forward by a constitutional review commission after a series of public meetings last year.
Those meetings indicated concern about governance and financial accountability.
Finance Minister David Adeang says the convention's completed report has been submitted to the speaker of parliament.
"For a number of the amendments to the constitution, you need a two-third majority vote in the parliament. For others you need that plus a two-thirds vote at the referendum."
Mr Adeang says the recommendations will be tabled in parliament when it sits again, which could be as early as today.