Part of the autonomy arrangement’s between the National, and Autonomous Bougainville Government’s, is the drawdown of powers.
It was visible today, with the passing of three Bills, by the Bougainville House of Representative.
EMTV, for the first time, was granted permission by the ABG Speaker, Andrew Miriki, to film the House Special Sitting, since its formation in 2005.
Government Business Leader, John Tabinaman, introduced the three Bills; that were ‘I’s, for the majority, after no amendments were made.
President Chief Dr John Momis, said the Act’s is Bougainville’s way forward and it builds the people’s trust in the autonomous government, as their very own. Members of the house also supported these Acts, describing it as, consistent legislations of the Autonomous Bougainville Government.
The Bougainville Public Service Management and Administration Act: Bougainville will operate through its own public service system.
The Bougainville Finance Management and Administration Act: A revenue and expenditure monitory and budgetary framework.
The Bougainville Contract’s and Tender’s Act: Guidelines for projects, beneficiary and implemented through the Bougainville Tenders Board, and its agencies.
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