Political Fragmentation and the Policy Environment in Vanuatu, 1980-2004
This article charts the broad shifts in Vanuatu's policy environment caused by progressive political fragmentation over the past 24 years. Recent electoral returns show an upsurge in support for independents and minor parties with strong local credibility, suggesting a move away from the 'big-picture' politics of the 1970s and 1980s, and a shift away from the major parties.
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