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FSM gender development programme hopes bill will trigger discussions PDF Print E-mail
05 DECEMBER 2008 PHONEPEI (Pacnewss) ----- The head of Federated States of Micronesia’s (FSM) gender development programme says a bill designating seats for women will trigger discussion about women’s rights at the very least. 
Final version of Fiji's "People Charter" completed, to be presented to President Ratu Josefa Iloilo PDF Print E-mail

SUVA, Fiji (Fijilive, Dec. 4, 2008) - The final version of the People’s Charter will be presented to Fiji’s President Ratu Josefa Iloilo on December 15.

Vanuatu Supreme Court orders parliament to sit again to debate motion against PM PDF Print E-mail
05 DECEMBER 2008 PORT VILA (Pacnews) ---- Vanuatu’s Supreme Court has ruled that parliament must sit next Tuesday to debate another motion of no-confidence against the Prime Minister Edward Natapei, reports Radio New Zealand International. 
Tonga lawmakers poised for pay raise, new system would eliminate double paychecks PDF Print E-mail

NUKUALOFA, Tonga (Matangi Tonga, Dec. 2, 2008 ) – The new single parliamentary salaries of Tonga's Cabinet Ministers have not been put into place, but when they are there will be no increase on the budgeted amount, Tonga's Minister of Finance Afu'alo Matoto told Matangi Tonga on November 28.

FSM bill seeks reservation of four seats for female lawmakers PDF Print E-mail
03 DECEMBER 2008 PHONEPEI (Pacnews) --- A bill has been introduced in the Federated States of Micronesia Congress which will reserve four seats for female lawmakers, reports Radio New Zealand International. 
Bougainville election outcome too hard to tip, says commentator PDF Print E-mail
02 DECEMBER 2008 BUKA (Pacnews) ---- An Australian academic with long links to the autonomous Papua New Guinea (PNG) province of Bougainville says it’s impossible to say who might win the presidency in the two-week poll starting on Saturday.  
Tonga’s PSA wants ministers’ 125 percent pay hike revisited PDF Print E-mail
02 DECEMBER 2008 NUKU’ALOFA (Pacnews) ----- Tonga’s Public Servants Association (PSA) has called on the Privy Council to abandon plans to increase cabinet ministers’ salaries by 125 percent, reports Radio New Zealand International. 
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