Papua New Guinea at 40: Signs of a New Political Culture?
In April, Papua New Guinea's (PNG's) Registrar of Political Parties, Dr Alphonse Gelu, suggested that current political stability points to ' the emergence of a new political culture ' changing the face of politics for the better (Kenneth 17/4/15, 2). It's tempting to dismiss that comment as political puff; Gelu wasn't speaking as a scholar but as an official supporting a Bill to reinvigorate the Organic Law on the Integrity of Political Parties and Candidates (OLIP PAC). Many familiar...[Show more]
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