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Tok Piksa – Episode 9, 2014

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THE Papua New Guinea national government has renewed its commitment to ensure that Bougainville achieves its dream to one day become an independent nation.

One of the most important parts of the Peace Agreement is referendum, the decider of Bougainville’s future political status.

 

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill says the National Government has a major responsibility to rebuild Bougainville.

 

The highest call from the Bougainville Peace Agreement, signed in Arawa on August 2011.

We look at the National Government’s intention, and the way forward to develop Bougainville.

 

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has given reassurance of the National Government’s commitment to the peace process in Bougainville, and a lasting peace on the island.

 

In a report presented before Parliament, the Prime Minister said that the government was deeply committed, to rebuilding Bougainville.

 

A special parliamentary committee to provide political oversight and leadership for referendum, will be established.

 

The Papua New Guinea National Government has renewed its commitment to ensure that Bougainville achieves its dream, to one day become an independent nation.

 

One of the most important parts of the Peace Agreement is referendum, the decider of Bougainville’s future political status.

 

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill says the National Government has a major responsibility to rebuild Bougainville.

 

The highest call from the Bougainville Peace Agreement, signed in Arawa on August 2001.

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