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Title Election 2007 : the shift to limited preferential voting in Papua New Guinea / edited by R.J. May [and others].

Imprint Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2013.
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 523 pages).
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Series State, Society and Governance in Melanesia
State, society and governance in Melanesia (Series)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
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Summary "Papua New Guinea's general election in 2007 attracted particular interest for several reasons. Not only did it follow what was widely acknowledged as the country's worst election ever, in 2002 (in which elections in six of the country's 109 electorates were declared to be 'failed elections'), it was the first general election to be held under a new limited preferential voting system. It also followed the first full parliamentary term under the Organic Law on the Integrity of Political Parties and Candidates, which had been introduced in 2001 in an attempt to strengthen political parties and create a greater degree of stability in the national parliament, and was the first to embrace a 'whole-of-government' approach to electoral administration, through an Interdepartmental Electoral Committee. This volume provides an analysis of the 2007 election, drawing on the work of a domestic monitoring team organized through the National Research Institute, and several visiting scholars. It addresses key issues such as voter education, electoral administration, election security, the role of political parties, women as candidates and voters, the shift to limited preferential voting, and HIV transmission, and provides detailed accounts of the election in a number of open and provincial electorates."--Citation url: http://press.anu.edu.au/titles/state-society-and-governance-in-melanesia/election-2007.
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Contents Preliminary pages; Foreword and Acknowledgements; Contributors; Part 1: Issues; 1. An Overview of the 2007 Election in Papua New Guinea; 2. IDEC: The 2007 General Election through a Whole-of-Government Approach; 3. Background to the 2007 Election: Political Developments; 4. The Voter Education Program: Growing a Demand for Good Governance; 5. Electoral Administration; 6. Security in Southern Highlands Province; 7. Policing the Elections in Chimbu Province; 8. Conducting and Securing Elections in a High-Risk Setting: The Koroba-Lake Kopiago Experience.
9. Political Parties and the 2007 National Election: Alignment10. Women as Candidates and Voters: Gender Issues and the Kerema Open Electorate; 11. The Kup Women for Peace: A Localized and Innovative Approach to Free, Fair and Peaceful Elections; 12. The Context of HIV Transmission During the 2007 Election in Enga Province; 13. Assessing the Shift to Limited Prefential Voting; Part 2: Electorates; 14. The Abau Open Electorate: A Second Go at LPV; 15. The Ijivitari Open Electorate: Women's Participation as Candidattes and Voters.
16. Communication, Logistics and Inter-Agency Partnerships in the Eastern Highlands17. The Election in Chuave Open Electorate; 18. Limited Preferential Voting in Enga: The Wabag Open Electorate; 19. Religion, Politics and the Election in the Southern Highlands; 20. Guns, Money and Sex: Assessing the Impact of Electoral System Reform on Political Culture in Southern Highlands Province; 21. Results at any Cost? The Legacy of 2002 in Koroba-Lake Kopiago Open Electorate; 22. Elections and Corruption: The 'Highlandization' of Voting in the Madang Open and Provincial Electorates.
23. What is Holding them Back? Reflections on one Woman's Loss at the Polls: Usino-Bundi Open24. Organization Takes the Spoils: The Election in Yangoru-Saussia; 25. The Return of the Chief: East Sepik Provintial; 26. Political Parties and the Election in Gazelle; 27. Between Eagles and Flying Foxes: Elections for the Manus Provincial and Open Seats; 28. Looking to 2012: Lessons from 2007 and Arising Issues; Appendix: Results of the 2007 Election.
Language English.
Access OAPEN (Open Access Publishing in European Networks). All rights reserved.
Subject Elections -- Papua New Guinea.
Preferential ballot -- Papua New Guinea.
Papua New Guinea -- Politics and government -- 1975-
Australasia, Oceania and other land areas.
Elections and referenda.
Melanesia.
Oceania.
Papua New Guinea.
Political structure and processes.
Politics and government.
Society and social sciences Society and social sciences.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- World -- Asian.
Elections. (OCoLC)fst00904324
Politics and government (OCoLC)fst01919741
Preferential ballot. (OCoLC)fst01075085
Papua New Guinea. (OCoLC)fst01212610
Chronological Term Since 1975
Indexed Term Australian
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Author May, R. J. (Ronald James), 1939-
Added Title Election two thousand and seven
Other Form: Print version: Election 2007. Acton, A.C.T. : ANU E Press, 2013 9781922144294 (OCoLC)890700564
ISBN 9781922144300 (electronic bk.)
1922144304 (electronic bk.)
9781922144294 (paperback)
1922144290 (paperback)
Standard No. 10.26530/OAPEN_459994 doi
459994

 
    
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