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PNG counting down to national elections

Papua New Guineans choose a new parliament in national elections in June.

The voting, which typically extends over a two or three week period, is often marked by violence while more than half of the sitting members can be expected to lose their seats.

The first two weeks after the results will be marked by a period of frantic discussions, in which the MPs are shut away to stop them swapping sides, while the party leaders shape and reshape parties to form a coalition big enough to assume power.

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