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EDITORIAL: By the Samoa Observer editorial board How quickly things change. If, as the old cliche goes, a week is a long time in politics then...

ANALYSIS: By Fuimaono Dylan Asafo Samoa's Court of Appeal (CA) ruled yesterday that Article 44(1A) of the Constitution requires that six women should sit in...

By Sina Retzlaff in Apia Samoa's Parliament will convene tomorrow as originally planned The Supreme Court has issued orders to uphold the original proclamation, dated 20...

By RNZ Pacific The United Liberation Movement for West Papua says it is adopting a provisional constitution for a democratic state. The organisation is seeking a...

By Felipe F. Salvosa II in Manila New York-based Human Rights Watch has led a barrage of condemnation against the Duterte government’s "assault on media...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk TAPOL and the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) are calling attention to a judicial review of the “Act of...

By Ralf Rivas in Manila After the ousting of the Philippines' Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, the six justices who voted against the quo warranto...

By Philip Cass of Kaniva News The King of Tonga has no right to judge the merits of legislation passed by Parliament, according to a...

By Lian Buan in Manila Philippine Solicitor-General Jose Calida says nothing - not the Supreme Court (SC) and not even the Constitution - can stop...

By Rieka Rahadiana and Yudith Ho in Jakarta Indonesia is set to lose its first and only female constitutional justice, whose term is up...