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Gun Policy News, 18 June 2004

Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée

18 June 2004

Post-Courier (Port Moresby)

Voters in Papua New Guinea's general elections trudged home angry and disappointed yesterday after a disaster at the polls. The three main urban centres, Port Moresby, Lae and Mount Hagen, were supposed to conduct voting in one day, yesterday, in contrast to rural areas where the voting is spread over two weeks. But bureaucratic barriers prevented many polling booths from opening until midday or later and many voters tired of the wait. Late in the day, electoral... (GunPolicy.org)

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Nations Unies

18 June 2004

United Nations News Service

UNITED NATIONS — Governments began work this week to find a formula for tracing small arms and light weapons, with the goal of making it harder for arms to get onto the black market and easier to find out who is responsible when they do. The working group, which is open to all states, does not have any draft treaty before it yet. It is basing this initial meeting on an unofficial "non-paper" by the chairman of the group, Ambassador Anton Thalmann of Switzerland. His... (GunPolicy.org)

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