Reciprocity, revenge and religious imperatives : fighting in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea
On 14th March 1993, Papua New Guinea's then Prime Minster, Mr Wingti announced the formation of a National Law, Order and Justice Council. Replacing all existing law and order committees, the new council was to be the sole coordinator of law and order issues. Mr Wingti noted that in the past there had been 'too many committees and too little action on the law and order question' (Post-Courier, 15 March, 1993). His predecessor, Mr Namaliu, instructed a previous Crime Summit, 'To come up...[Show more]
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