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  • 27 Dec 2012
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 58
The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the Papua New Guinea National Elections, held June–July 2012. The Group was led by Mr Nipake Edward Natapei, former Prime Minister for Vanuatu, and comprised 8 eminent persons in total. The Group...
  • 01 Jan 1997
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 70
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr. Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Observer Group for the 2012 Papua New Guinea National Elections following an invitation from the Government of Papua New Guinea. It is my honour and privilege to have been asked...
The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr. Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Observer Group for the 2012 Papua New Guinea National Elections following an invitation from the Government of Papua New Guinea. It is my honour and privilege to have been asked...
Melanesian people are believed to have inhabited the main island of Papua New Guinea from as early as 3000 BC, living in discrete groups isolated by dense forest. Spanish and Portuguese sailors sighted the land in the early 16th century. There was...
Although Papua New Guinea does not have a formally prescribed campaign period, the campaign was generally considered to have begun upon the close of candidate nominations on 24 May 2012. Campaigning was required to officially conclude at midnight on...
The 2012 election in Papua New Guinea saw some progress and some setbacks in the country’s efforts to strengthen its democracy. Some of the benchmarks for democratic processes were met, but significant challenges remain to achieve the efficient and...
In brief, the standard procedures set out for opening and voting were as follows. Polling hours are from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm. If polling is for one day only or on the first day of polling, the empty ballot box should be shown to scrutineers and any...
At the invitation of the Government of Papua New Guinea, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Mr Kamalesh Sharma, constituted an Observer Group for the June–July 2012 National Elections. In line with usual practice, the Secretary-General sent an...
The political crisis in Papua New Guinea (PNG) has its origin in the early 1960s when a special prospecting authority was granted for exploration in the Panguna area, despite the objections of the land’s traditional owners: women.25 In 1964 the ...
Papua New Guinea, an independent member of the Commonwealth since 1975, is an island nation located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, encompassing the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and a chain of tropical islands. In ethnic terms, it is...
In May 1997 the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, received a request from the Acting Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, Hon John Giheno MP, to establish a Commonwealth Observer Group to observe his country's fifth General...
The Independent State of Papua New Guinea is a unitary state. The Constitution provides for the establishment of a National Capital District which is the seat of government, and authorises the establishment of other Provinces under an Organic Law...
The registration of qualified voters is acknowledged to be the cornerstone of a credible election. The integrity and adequacy of the electoral roll is fundamental to democracy. Without a credible roll all the further expense, efforts, preparations...
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