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05 January 2018


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Laukai, at this stanza, the status of Bougainville as per the 2019 vote for referendum should not be at stake as you pointed out. Instead, Bougainville should be sharpened up and ready for a crossover in its political journey.

However, if you are right in saying this, then the question is, 'Who is to be blamed?'

Three possible answer comes into mind.

First, Bougainvilleans are not united for that one cause.

Second, the incompetency and defectiveness of the Bougainville public service to implement major government policies especially in regard to the Bougainville referendum.

Third, the inconsistency in national government funding of the Bougainville referendum as committed in the Bougainville Peace Agreement.

Whichever whatever, it calls for unity of both governments to achieve that agreement communally come 2019.

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