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The office of the Provisional Government of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua or the West Papua Provisional Government is based in Port Vila, the Republic of Vanuatu, with its Office of the Minister of the Secretary to the President in Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea), the Minister of the Secretary to the Prime Minister and Minister for the Secretary of West Papua Parliament based in Port Numbay (West Papua).

West Papua Provisional Government is the first modern nation-state proclaimed and primarily fully run on-line, with the Prime Minister and majority of the Cabinet Ministers based inside West Papua.

  1. Office of the Interim President of West Papua
  2. Office of the Minister of the Secretary to the President:
  3. Office of the Minister for Environment and Green State Policy
  4. Office of the Prime Minister of West Papua
  5. Office of the Parliament of West Papua
  6. Office of the West Papua Police
  7. Office of the West Papua Army:
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Draft Philippine Declaration of Human and People’s Rights

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Draft Pacific Charter of Human Rights

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