The Bougainville Referendum Arrangements: Origins,Shaping and Implementation Part One: Origins and Shaping
The Bougainville Peace Agreement (the BPA) is a complex agreement, produced by a succession of compromises made during more than two years of often intense negotiations (June 1999 to August 2001), directed towards permanently ending a deeply divisive violent conflict and generally referred to in Bougainville as ‘the crisis’. This paper discusses the origins and development of the Bougainvillean demands for inclusion of provision on a referendum on independence in the BPA, and how a...[Show more]
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