A critical review of Papua New Guinea’s organic law on the integrity of political parties and candidates: 2001–2010
"This paper has attempted a critical review of the OLIPPAC from its adoption in 2001 until the Supreme Court ruling in mid-2010 which rendered null and void certain sections of the OLIPPAC as being inconsistent with the national Constitution. What the national government does with the remaining sections of the law is yet to be seen. It is worth salvaging what is left of the organic law to ensure a way forward to strengthen political parties and facilitate parliamentary stability. The creation...[Show more]
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