Bougainville autonomy - Implications for Governance and Decentralisation
The founding and guiding principles for the establishment, operation and development of the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) are contained in the Bougainville Peace Agreement. Insofar as they are concerned with political/constitutional/institutional reform, they represent an attempt to transform and channel previous, violent conflicts into political processes and institutions (Bachler n.d.; cf. Widner 2005 and Ghai 2004). They are, therefore, concerned with governance – the process by...[Show more]
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