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FPOC aims to promote the efforts of Pacific Islands Legislatures towards improving the quality of governance in the region within the framework of Parliamentary democracy. In sharing a joint Regional Secretariat with the Pacific Parliamentary Assembly on Population and Development (PPAPD) FPOC enjoys the support of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC); United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (PIFS); United Nations Development Fund (UNDP-Pacific Centre); and the Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (AFPPD).

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Former Solomon Islands PM retain seats PDF Print E-mail
09 AUGUST 2010 HONIARA (SOLOMON TIMES ONLINE) ----- Former Solomon Islands Prime Minister Dr Derek Sikua has won his seat with a huge majority over his closest rival Alfred Lovanitilia.  
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Nauru Caretaker President hopes talks will solve parliamentary deadlock PDF Print E-mail
09 AUGUST 2010 YAREN (RNZI) ---- Nauru’s Caretaker President Marcus Stephen says his government remains hopeful that ongoing talks with the opposition can break the parliamentary deadlock. 
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FORTY-FIRST PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM PDF Print E-mail
FORUM COMMUNIQUÉ   FORTY-FIRST PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUMPort Vila, Vanuatu4 - 5 August 2010  
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Election date looks likely for Cook Islands PDF Print E-mail
06 AUGUST 2010 RAROTONGA (COOK ISLANDS NEWS) --------Cook Islands Acting Prime Minister says setting date is the responsible thing to do  
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Battle for PNG’s PM post still rages PDF Print E-mail
05 AUGUST 2010 PORT MORESBY (POST COURIER) ----- Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare has abrogated the National Alliance constitution to hand power over to his son.


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Nauru's state of emergency extended PDF Print E-mail

05 JULY 2010 YAREN (RADIO AUSTRALIA) ---- A state of emergency has been extended in Nauru until this week, as its parliament tries to decided who will be the country's next president.

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