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Commonwealth team arrives in Papua New Guinea for national elections

19 June 2012

Arrival Statement by Edward Natapei, Vanuatu’s former Prime Minister and Chairperson of the Commonwealth Observer Group, which will observe Papua New Guinea's elections

Rio+20 - how the Commonwealth Secretariat is tackling the issues

19 June 2012

Explore this visual journey on how the Commonwealth Secretariat works with member countries towards the themes of the Rio+20 Earth Conference

Pacific islanders discuss incorporating traditional with democratic governance

18 June 2012

The challenges of preserving traditional political culture while embracing modernity is focus of dialogue

Trade Adviser joins Commonwealth Small States Office in Geneva

15 June 2012

The Commonwealth’s new Trade Adviser for Small States has joined the Commonwealth Small States Office in Geneva.

Pacific leaders discuss good governance and development for smallest island states

14 June 2012

Regional consultative meeting held in Tonga

Commonwealth signs ‘significant’ agreement with IDEA

7 June 2012

"Developing and strengthening democratic institutions and processes is a cornerstone of the Commonwealth’s work"– Masire-Mwamba

Commonwealth Secretary-General mourns loss of life following Dana Air plane crash

5 June 2012

"I am sure I speak for the whole Commonwealth family when I offer my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to all those who have lost loved ones in this accident" - Kamalesh Sharma

Queen celebrates Diamond Jubilee with Commonwealth leaders

5 June 2012

Commonwealth Heads of Government will present HM Queen Elizabeth II with a commemorative gift to mark her 60 years as Head of the Commonwealth

Commonwealth lights beacons

4 June 2012

Commonwealth countries are first to light beacons celebrating HM Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee as Head of the Commonwealth

Commonwealth Statement on Maldives’ Commission of National Inquiry

4 June 2012

Government of Maldives and former President Nasheed reach agreement on the nominee to the country’s Commission of National Inquiry

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