Bougainville Referendum Explained: Part Twelve

Anthony Regan

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    Abstract

    WHEN (and if) the National Parliament does reach a decision on what should happen in light of the results of the Referendum, the documents are silent about how a decision should be implemented. Again, silence suggests that the two governments will need to continue to engage in an effort to reach an understanding on what should then happen. The documents are silent about any transition from current political arrangements to any new arrangements following the referendum or any decision on the referendum. All such matters are left to consultative and political processes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages1-5pp
    No.Online
    Specialist publicationThe Post-Courier
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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