American Samoans fighting for U.S citizenship denied high court audience

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The U.S Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider whether American Samoans have full U.S citizenship at birth, a dispute that would have given...

Three more NZ judges to face tribunal in Kiribati, as Mahuta warns of ‘constitutional...

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Kiribati will put another three New Zealand judges before a tribunal for misconduct, as Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta warns of “constitutional issues” in the...

Provisions ‘ambiguous’: Fiji Times Editor-in-chief

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The Fiji Times editor-in-chief Fred Wesley says he has to live under the ambiguous provisions of the Media Industry Development Act (MIDA) 2010 “from...

At UN, Micronesia denounces Japan plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific

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The president of the Pacific island state of Micronesia denounced at the United Nations last Thursday Japan's decision to discharge what he called nuclear-contaminated...

Marshall Islands halt negotiations with U.S over nuclear testing legacy

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The Marshall Islands halted key negotiations with the U.S on Friday over ongoing grievances relating to nuclear testing dating back 70 years on the...

Kiribati opposition plans vote of no confidence against government

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The Kiribati opposition is planning to take its concerns over the actions of the government directly to the people. Opposition MP and Kiribati's founding president,...

UN Human Rights Commissioner expresses ‘shock’ over reports of Papua mutilations

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United Nations Acting High Commissioner for Human Rights, Nada Al- Nashif has expressed ‘shock’ over reports of West Papua mutilations at the 51st session...

Kiribati Government hits out again at judiciary

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The Government of Kiribati says it will soon have an acting chief justice in place, following the suspension of Chief Justice Bill Hastings. Currently Kiribati...

Kiribati has no judiciary and Australian lawyers are fired up

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The Albanese government has put great effort into repairing relations with Australia’s Pacific neighbours, which might explain its silence over what is happening in...

Democratic rights: Fiji’s 2013 Constitution protects military government decrees – Biman

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Instead of protecting the human rights of citizens, the 2013 Constitution protects military government decrees imposed before the 2014 General Election. National Federation Party (NFP)...

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