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  1. Stewart Sikaras
    Stewart Sikaras April 8, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    The article on governance provides a good case on work around improving governance. But on the hand, there are number of underlying factors that impact corruption. The interesting question is what drives corruption in PNG, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. It wont be a surprise if socio-economic factors play role. It is by understanding drivers of corruption that may assist in improving governance.
    Surely a good governance framework can improve governance practices, but institutionalising and sustaining such practises in the long term has and will continue to be a challenge.

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