Government capacity and citizen expectations in Bougainville: The impact of political autonomy
After ten years of civil war (1989-97), four years of protracted political negotiations (1998-2001), and another four years of legislative amendments (2002-05), Bougainvillians now have a government which the majority believe will finally address the issues that underpinned two previous unilateral declarations of independence (1975 and 1990). However while expectations are understandably high, the ABG’s ability to meet citizen expectations is being hampered by the government’s administrative,...[Show more]
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