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Observers for Nauru election

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Update: 4:56PM The Pacific Islands Forum will send two observers to monitor the general election in Nauru on April 26.

This follows a request from the Nauru Government.

The Forum is committed to working with Nauru towards a peaceful and lawful resolution of the present political crisis, said Peter Forau, the acting Secretary General of the Forum Secretariat.

The deployment of Forum election observers provides a demonstration of the regions support for a credible election and the return of stable parliamentary government in Nauru.


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