Corpus ID: 153488326

Criminal justice reform in Papua New Guinea

@inproceedings{Dinnen1998CriminalJR,
  title={Criminal justice reform in Papua New Guinea},
  author={Sinclair Dinnen},
  year={1998}
}
Lawlessness and violence in many parts of Papua New Guinea in the form of raskolism, tribal fighting and threatening compensation demands present a growing challenge to the authority of the state. State controls have been progressively overwhelmed by a combination of escalating demands and diminishing resources. In 1984 the Clifford Report warned that the Papua New Guinea criminal justice system was ‘in serious danger of losing the battle to manage and process, let alone constrain, the existing… Expand

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