New Caledonian parties can't agree on a President | Pacific Beat

New Caledonian parties can't agree on a President

New Caledonian parties can't agree on a President

Updated 2 January 2015, 16:59 AEDT

New Caledonia's political parties have been able to re-elect a government this week, but they are still unable to pick a President.

New Caledonian journalist Brigitte Whaap says the problem is that the loyalist, or anti-independence parties who want the teritory to remain part of France, are unable to agree amongst themselves what they want.

Presenter: Bruce Hill

Speaker: New Caledonian journalist Brigitte Whaap.

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