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Obwohl für mich Bougainville Copper Aktien 852652 (US BOCOF.PK)u. ADRs 867948 (US BOCOY.PK) den gleichen Wert besitzen (beide repräsentieren 1 Bougainville Copper) gibt es bei der Kursstellung in D gravierende Unterschiede.

Schlusskurs heute in Fra

Aktie 852652 0,609 VOL 110 000 St
ADRs  867948 0,50  VOL 376 772 St

Obwohl beide Gattungen auch in USA gehandelt werden,kann man nur die ADRs ohne Lagerstellenwechsel gewinnbringend nach USA crossen.

So wurden heute in USA 353 K ADRs zwischen 0,75 u.0,80 USD oder 0,5395 u.0,5642 € gehandelt,was lockere 10% über D Kurs ist.Ein Grossteil davon dürfte von den ESBC stammen u.so dem hiesigen Markt wieder entzogen sein.

Eine heutige Kauforder in AU von 300K a 0,95 AUD 0,5911 €  wurde nur zu 2/3 bedient.

Jetzt fehlen nur noch die  erwarteten  weiteren positiven Meldungen aus Bougainville u. die Chartausbrüche über 1 AUD,0,80 USD,0,60 € u.0,50€ (ADR).An allen Marken wurde schon erfolgreich gekratzt.Der nächste Schritt sollte eine Stabilisierung darüber sein

Ob jetzt Aktie oder ADR am besten performt bis Jahresende,lassen wir uns überraschen ;-)))))))))
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26.05.16 09:40

@ nekro

......he review will look at what projects have been completed, support that is needed and for the National Government to arrange financing and propose for development partners funding assistance for the outstanding SIF contracts of K400 million and the inclusion of Agriculture programs in the future.........


Auf den Punkt gebracht: Verzögerungstaktik pur. So wird agiert wenn man etwas nicht tun will besonders wenn man sich den Zeithorizont ansieht. Keine  Stunden, Tage oder Wochen.........nein Monate, Jahre.

Her sind  einige Beteiligten  nicht Teil der Lösung, sondern Teil des Problems.

- bei einer überschaubaren Lage bzgl. dieser Projekte muß erst wieder  der aktuelle Stand geprüft werden anders formuliert:  wo sind die spärlichen Gelder hin ?

-  Versprechungen  für die Zukunft werden formuliert die dann wieder nicht eingehalten werden können. ;-)

Aber  wie antares schon  schreibt :  ...auf die paar Monate kommt es jetzt auch nicht mehr an......:)



 

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.........PANGUNA MINE PIT.......

 
01.06.16 08:27
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New Dawn FM 95.3  -  Strengthening Bougainville autonomy through radio broadcasting to provide  information & community development




240516 PANGUNA MINE PIT A TOURIST ATTRACTION
By Tom Kathoa
The giant Panguna Mine Pit left behind by the Bougainville Copper Company`s (BCL) closure is an impact tourist attraction.
This is according to the Director of the Bougainville Office of Tourism, Mr Lawrance Belle who is currently in Central Bougainville conducting tourism awareness in the region.
Mr Belle speaking from Arawa where his team will spend a week awareness there.
Ends

....gehört die `no go area´ jetzt doch der  Vergangenheit an ? .-))
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....Bougainville News.....

 
01.06.16 08:38
“The outcomes of great significance involved preparations for the Bougainville Referendum. It must be conducted before mid-2020. “In a series of meetings over recent months, a joint team of officials developed proposals for: establishing an independent agency to conduct the referendum; a target date  ...





Historic referendum decisions reports Momis after JSB


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President Momis Opening JSB -Statement from JOINT SUPERVISORY BODY PORT MORESBY


https://bougainvillenews.com/2016/05/21/...ody-port-moresby-may-2016/

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.....Press Release 1 June 2016....

 
01.06.16 10:18

Company Announcements Office
Australian Stock Exchange Limite,
Annual General Meeting
– 1 June 2016
Bougainville Copper Limited







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Committed to the vision of sustainable mining

 
02.06.16 09:52
www.bcl.com.pg/...mmitted-to-the-vision-of-sustainable-mining/

The Chairman and Managing Director of Bougainville Copper Limited, Mr Peter Taylor, has told the 2016 Annual General Meeting that the company remains committed to the vision of sustainable mining on Bougainville.

In his address to the AGM held at the Grand Papua Hotel in Port Moresby on Wednesday, 2 June 2016, Mr Taylor outlined the activities of the past year and was positive about the growing strength of the company’s relationships in the autonomous region.

“The company has had positive engagement with many of the local interest groups from the project area, including landowners,” Mr Taylor told the audience, which included shareholders.

“While there are some landowners opposed to reopening the mine for a range of reasons there appears to be a clear majority in favour of redevelopment.

“Throughout the year,” Mr Taylor continued, “the company management maintained its own fruitful dialogue with a wide range of Bougainvillean interest groups.

“There is a wide range of interests, and we are trying to listen to them all.”

Mr Taylor also stated that BCL is still committed to the potential resumption of mining.

“The vision to return to active exploration and profitable, sustainable mining remains,” Mr Taylor said.

“The company is well positioned to recognise the opportunities inherent in recent challenges, and to maintain progress in a new year.

“I believe a majority of the Bougainville people, who will soon participate in a referendum on Independence, clearly see the importance of economic self-sufficiency that could potentially be provided by mineral resource exploration and development.”

The AGM also saw the re-election of Dame Carol Kidu to the BCL board of directors. Dame Carol joined the board in April 2013.

Also present at the AGM were the other members of the BCL board, Sir Rabbie Namaliu, Robert Burns, Adam J. Burley and the BCL Company Secretary, Mark Hitchcock.
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kleine Info

 
03.06.16 08:10
hi

und noch ne kleine Info

   stocknessmonster.com/news-item?S=BOC&E=ASX&N=450358  

schönes weekend
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.....vielleicht auch noch interessant.......

 
03.06.16 09:07

Friday, 3 June 2016

BOUGAINVILLE Copper has not had access to its mine and tailings area since the suspension of mining but now there were reports of “industrial scale reprocessing of mine tailings” at Panguna copper-gold-silver mine.

Graphic model of a re-opened Panguna pit courtesy of Bougainville Copper Limited.

This was said by chairman Peter Taylor when he addressed shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting on Wednesday.

However, Taylor said that the company still had the vision to return to exploration and profitable, sustainable mining remained the objective.

“The company is well positioned to recognise the opportunities inherent in recent challenges and to maintain progress in the new year. The Bougainville people, who will soon participate in a referendum on independence, clearly see the importance of economic self-sufficiency that could potentially be provided by mineral resource exploration and development,” Taylor said
.

Taylor said that the company’s relationship with Autonomous Bougainville Government President John Momis remained cordial and that in April, BCL management joined a business delegation to Buka where ministers and business leaders expressed support for BGL.

He added, however, that there was still “some opposition from vested interest groups” to the return of BCL and ABG policy on mining.

But Taylor said that relationships with landowners were mainly positive and settlement had been reached on long-standing claims relating to the year after the suspension of mining.

Taylor said that 53.83% shareholder Rio Tinto was still conducting a strategic review of its holding and the “BCL board continues to engage with Rio Tinto regarding the status of the review”

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Bougainville Mining News

 
05.06.16 12:22
Bougainville Mining News : BCL restates at AGM commitment to mining in Bougainville
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"The relationship between President Momis, his government, and the Board and management of Bougainville Copper remains cordial. In early April management joined a business delegation to Buka where there was an opportunity to meet with the President and a number of ministers as well as business leaders. Support for BCL was strong among the group we met.

That is not to say there isn’t some opposition and challenges. A letter addressed to me from a group of ex-combatants and one to President Momis in reaction to the ABG debating the lifting of the moratorium on exploration and mining outside the BCL area suggests there are some vested interest groups who oppose the return of BCL as well as opposition to some mining related Government policy."

The chairman and managing director of Bougainville Copper Ltd, Peter Taylor, says the company remains committed to its vision of sustainable mining there.

See Chairman's Address below

He told the annual meeting in Port Moresby on Wednesday that they are happy at the growing strength of the company's relationships in the autonomous Papua New Guinea region.

BCL's closed Panguna mine was at the centre of the violence that tore Bougainville apart in the 1990s.

The Bougainville Government is keen for a resumption of mining and Mr Taylor says the company has had positive engagement with many local interest groups, including landowners, in the Panguna area.

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Chairman’s Address to 2016 AGM – Full transcript

On 1 June 2016 Bougainville Copper Limited held its Annual General Meeting at the Grand Papua Hotel in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The AGM provided an opportunity the Chairman Mr Peter Taylor to make a statement concerning the up to date affairs of the company and the following is a transcript of that speech in its entirety. A PDF of the address with slides from the presentation can be downloaded here.

Financial Results
The results for the year ended December 31, 2015 as reported in the Annual Report, recorded a loss after tax of K 37.9 million. A tax expense of K31.4 million was expensed as a result of resolution of a previously reported tax case. The loss of K37.9 million compares with an overall loss of K175.7 million in 2014 which included an asset impairment charge of K166.6 million.

Revenue from interest and dividends from investments was K4.8 million compared to a budget of K5.0 million.

Operating expenses were K11.3 million compared to a budget of K13.6 million reflecting scaling back of work programs driven by tenure uncertainty.

The company will not pay a dividend.

The company has sufficient funds to cover its recurrent expenditure under the current three year plan and is debt free.

Liquid Assets and Investment Strategy
At the end of 2015 the company’s liquid assets were K29.5 million in cash and $A 50.0 million (K108.9 million) in Australian listed equities. The company’s investments are linked to the performance of the Australian equities market.

Governance
Bougainville Copper has governance reporting obligations to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).  A statement on the company’s compliance with the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations is contained within the annual report.  In addition, the company complies with Rio Tinto’s comprehensive range of policies including safety, environment, financial management and other governance practices.

Safety and Risk Management
Bougainville Copper is particularly safety conscious and has in place a comprehensive set of safety standards to ensure that it provides a safe working environment and that its employees and contractors comply with best practice safety procedures.  The company complies with the requirements of the Rio Tinto safety policy.

The management of Bougainville Copper undertakes regular risk reviews.  The aim of these workshops is to identify risks and opportunities facing the company, and to allocate responsibility for each to a member of the management team.  The company has ensured compliance with its own policies.

Bougainville Copper Foundation
Bougainville Copper has continued to support the work of the Bougainville Copper Foundation. This is an independent, “not for profit” company that has been funded by Bougainville Copper since its inception.

In 2015, as in previous years, the Foundation had more than 100 Bougainville students on scholarships. Many are continuing to be supported in 2016.

The Foundation also undertakes “special projects” on a needs basis with the emphasis placed on education, peace and good governance.

The Foundation is proud of its achievements and those of its former scholars who are contributing to the development of Bougainville.

Rio Tinto Review
On 18 August 2014, following the announcement of the proposed new Bougainville Mining Act, Rio Tinto announced a strategic review of its shareholding in BCL. The Rio Tinto review remains ongoing and the Board continues to engage with Rio Tinto regarding the status of the review.

Strategy
The company’s priority is to secure its tenement position and a sustainable social license sufficient to underpin any potential decision to proceed with mine study and development. The Board continues to proactively assess its strategic options.

Tenement Position
The company continues to maintain in good standing all tenements under the Bougainville Copper Agreement. In August 2014 The Bougainville Government passed what was titled an interim mining act that among other things purported to cancel all of BCL’s mining tenements held under the BCA (SML1, 7 ELs and associated leases for mining purposes – about 67,000 hectares) and replaced the special mining lease (SML1 –  3770 hectares) with an exploration licence (EL1). To preserve optionality, BCL has prepared applications for additional tenements it will need for the potential redevelopment of the mine.

Government Relations
The relationship between President Momis, his government, and the Board and management of Bougainville Copper remains cordial. In early April management joined a business delegation to Buka where there was an opportunity to meet with the President and a number of ministers as well as business leaders. Support for BCL was strong among the group we met.

That is not to say there isn’t some opposition and challenges. A letter addressed to me from a group of ex-combatants and one to President Momis in reaction to the ABG debating the lifting of the moratorium on exploration and mining outside the BCL area suggests there are some vested interest groups who oppose the return of BCL as well as opposition to some mining related Government policy.

Community Relations
The company has had positive engagement with many of the local interest groups from the project area, including landowners. Bel Kol is part of this process. Preparations for Bel Kol are continuing.

The relationship with landowners is mainly positive and agreement has been reached to settle long-standing claims relating to the year following the suspension of mining operations. While there are some landowners opposed to reopening the mine for a range of reasons there appears to be a clear majority in favour of redevelopment.

Throughout the year, company management maintained its own fruitful dialogue with a wide range of Bougainvillean interest groups, through regular meetings at Buka, Arawa and Kieta, with landowners, ex-combatants, women’s groups, ABG agencies, aid donors and other stakeholders.

There is a wide range of interests, and we are trying to listen to them all.

Tailings and Mining
Since mining was suspended the company has not had access to the former mine and tailings area. I have received reports that in addition to artisanal mining there is now industrial scale reprocessing of former mine tailings.

Events on Bougainville
Although there is continuing growth in commercial activity throughout Bougainville, the Autonomous Region is still very dependent on funding from the National Government and aid donors.

The date for the referendum has been set for June 2019. The National Government has committed support to fund the referendum preparations.

It is important that the long term regime for Bougainville is determined so the company can factor this into its studies for potential redevelopment.

Conclusion
Reports and commentary on company activities are regularly reported to the Australian Securities Exchange and associated media, and can also be accessed on our website.

In conclusion, the vision to return to active exploration and profitable, sustainable mining remains. The company is well positioned to recognise the opportunities inherent in recent challenges, and to maintain progress in a new year.

I believe a majority of the Bougainville people, who will soon participate in a referendum on Independence, clearly see the importance of economic self-sufficiency that could potentially be provided by mineral resource exploration and development
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High Commissioner Mr. Bruce Davis to visit Buin

 
05.06.16 18:34
...................we will travel to Buka and see President John Momis and request him to synchronize his Timings and plans with the Australian plan so that he can accompany the Head of Mission High Commissioner Mr. Bruce Davis to travel and Visit Buin District on the 9th of June 2016.
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Return to Bougainville

 
06.06.16 06:55
BCL and Rio Tinto cannot fool the people of Bougainville
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Bougainville Freedom Movement

It seems Bougainville Copper Ltd (BCL) assume the "majority" of Bougainville people want the mining company to return to Bougainville [see report below].

Peter Taylor, the managing director of BCL, with support from mining giant Rio Tinto who pay his hefty salary, is trying to fool the shareholders, the media and the BCL board of directors.

But, Peter Taylor will not fool the people of Bougainville.

Here are some comments from the public:

What a sorry looking Board.
Sadly they are peddling the same lies about popular support in the mine area – even their own small cheer squad has grown dissatisfied in the extreme.
But of course all those smiling chappies on the Board, including its Chairman get a considerable financial injection from keeping the hope alive.

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It is offensive for me, personally.  That these vultures are getting paid to maintain the scourge of colonial oppression over our future and our land.  These foreigners are not welcome in Bougainville.

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Yes, a ‘clear’ majority.
No need for a referendum, or democracy for that matter, when you have such an insightful leader (of a resource extraction company).

AGM 2016 – Committed to the vision of sustainable mining

Bougainville Copper Limited

The Chairman and Managing Director of Bougainville Copper Limited, Mr Peter Taylor, has told the 2016 Annual General Meeting that the company remains committed to the vision of sustainable mining on Bougainville.

In his address to the AGM held at the Grand Papua Hotel in Port Moresby on Wednesday, 2 June 2016, Mr Taylor outlined the activities of the past year and was positive about the growing strength of the company’s relationships in the autonomous region.

“The company has had positive engagement with many of the local interest groups from the project area, including landowners,” Mr Taylor told the audience, which included shareholders.

“While there are some landowners opposed to reopening the mine for a range of reasons there appears to be a clear majority in favour of redevelopment.

“Throughout the year,” Mr Taylor continued, “the company management maintained its own fruitful dialogue with a wide range of Bougainvillean interest groups.

“There is a wide range of interests, and we are trying to listen to them all.”

Mr Taylor also stated that BCL is still committed to the potential resumption of mining.

“The vision to return to active exploration and profitable, sustainable mining remains,” Mr Taylor said.

“The company is well positioned to recognise the opportunities inherent in recent challenges, and to maintain progress in a new year.

“I believe a majority of the Bougainville people, who will soon participate in a referendum on Independence, clearly see the importance of economic self-sufficiency that could potentially be provided by mineral resource exploration and development.”

The AGM also saw the re-election of Dame Carol Kidu to the BCL board of directors. Dame Carol joined the board in April 2013.

Also present at the AGM were the other members of the BCL board, Sir Rabbie Namaliu, Robert Burns, Adam J. Burley and the BCL Company Secretary, Mark Hitchcock.

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LOs opt for conditional lift on moratorium

 
07.06.16 22:55
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Negotiations with BCL are yet to begin.

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The National aka The Loggers Times | June 9th, 2016

THE lifting of the mining moratorium by the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) House of Representatives on Tuesday was welcomed by the people of Bougainville, former rebel commander, Sam Kauona says.
Kauona told The National that with the next step of reopening the Panguna mine, lifting the moratorium would give an opportunity to other resource owners apart from Panguna to partake  in mining activities.
Negotiations between ABG, the national government, Panguna landowners and the Bougainville Copper Limited are yet to begin.
He said the decision gave resource owners every right to operate as long as their activities were within the new Bougainville Mining Act.
Kauona said by law Panguna was under BCL’s moratorium and for them (BCL) to come back to operate it depended on how well they would negotiate with the other parties concerned.
“What the other resources owners are happy about is their areas which are not under BCL’s moratorium.”
He said resource owners would now have the right to negotiate with potential investors in accordance with the Bougainville Mining Act.
“For alluvial mining to take place the investors have to meet terms and conditions of the resource owners.”
He said resource owners had the right to say yes or no if any deal was not honoured.
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Post 20445

 
09.06.16 09:39
Die Nachricht hört sich gut an! Einzig dass Sam Kauona derjenige ist, der sich jetzt auf einmal
zur Panguna Eröffnung und Verhandlungen mit BCL positiv äußert stört mich.
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12.06.16 01:17


Lifting of the mining moratorium on Bougainville has hoodwinked the majority of people on Bougainville.

In March 2016, the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG), knew that the decision on the future of the mining moratorium on Bougainville was a major concern and "that there should be wide public debate on the issues involved".  This was reiterated again as stated by Patrick Nisira, Vice President of the ABG in his public leture on 28 April 2016 in Canberra.

Yet in his next breath, Patrick Nisira advises, "but we don't have the funds necessary for an extensive public awareness and consultation program".

Instead, the decision to lift the mining moratorium was done without the majority of people on Bougainville even knowing, therefore, appears they were deliberately left out of the decision. They have been intentionally ignored on purpose to allow BCL (Bougainville Copper Ltd) and Rio Tinto to return to Bougainville.

So, if BCL returns to operate the Panguna mine, like it did in the past, will BCL and Rio Tinto be providing payment and compensation for the deaths and destruction it caused under the unfair Bougainville Copper Agreement?

The National, Thursday June 9th, 2016.

ONLY time will tell when the Panguna Mine will be reopened after the Autonomous Bougainville Government House of Representatives lifted the mining moratorium in Parliament session on Tuesday.
Member for Hagogohe Constituency, Robert Hamal Sawa told The National that the decision was done in consultation with the people who agreed that the moratorium be lifted.

Sawa said the next task was for the Bougainville Executive Council, Bougainville Copper Limited, Government and the Panguna landowners to negotiate on how well the mine would operate in accordance with the new Bougainville Mining Act.
He said as the lifting was constitutionally amended, one condition of the lifting was for the Panguna Mine to be reopened.
“We decided that for the moratorium to be lifted and for Panguna Mine to operate again, only BCL will be allowed back because they know the operation back then,” he said.
Sawa said they did not want to engage another company apart from BCL which did not understand the situation in Panguna. For areas that have minerals, it was up to the resource owners to organise and decide which mining activity either in alluvial or exploration should take Place  
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...... Momis Statement -The moratorium on mining..

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... exploration and development in Bougainville.............

Mr. Speaker, in summary, I recommend:

  1. Partial lifting of the Moratorium, in relation to grant of reconnaissance licences, artisanal licences, and quarry leases, for the whole of Bougainville;
  2. Partial lifting also in relation to grant of exploration licences, mining leases, leases for mining purposes and mining easements, initially restricted to two or three specific areas of Bougainville;
  3. Amending the Bougainville Mining Act:
  1. to clarify that partial lifting of the Moratorium by reference to categories of tenement is permitted;
  2. to restrict the number of small-scale mining leases that can be in operation at any one time.

This suggested approach to lifting the Moratorium and making minor amendments to the Act would allow most Bougainville mining interests access to minerals through artisanal licences. It would see continued protection against establishing many open cut and underground mines. That was the original aim of the Moratorium. It continues to be an important aim............



National,Thursday June 9th, 2016. By FRANCIS PULU ONLY time will tell when the Panguna Mine will be reopened after the Autonomous Bougainville Government House of Representatives lifted the mining moratorium in Parliament session on Tuesday. Member for Hagogohe Constituency, Robert Hamal Sawa told The National that the decision was done in consultation with the people who agreed that the moratorium be lifted. Sawa said the next task was for the Bougainville Executive Council, Bougainville Copper Limited, Government and the Panguna landowners to negotiate on how well the mine would operate i for the moratorium to be lifted and for Panguna Mine to operate again, only BCL will be allowed back because they know the operation back then,” he said.
Sawa said they did not want to engage another company apart from BCL which did not understand the situation in Panguna. For areas that have minerals, it was up to the resource owners to organise and decide which mining activity either in alluvial or exploration should take place

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Die Meldung #20448

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...........hat bei MOC für 300% gereicht.

www.morumbi.ca/stocks.php

MOC
$ 0.06 Change Up
Change:
0.045 (300.00%)
Volume:
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Re #20449

 
15.06.16 13:30
Die Tatsache, dass da im Moment NULL den Kurs bewegt zeigt doch nur, dass keiner mehr den gemachten Äußerungen Glauben schenkt bzw wenn man es tut, dass man nicht damit rechnet, dass den Worten auch (positive) Taten folgen.

Alle Parteien vor Ort eiern doch nun schon unzählige Jahre vor Ort rum und der Kurs ist am Boden. Sonntagsreden, Versprechungen usw hat man nun über Jahre genug geschwungen und gemacht. Nur wenn FAKTISCH etwas passiert, bewegt sich der Kurs nach oben. Alles andere ist doch, das zeigt leider die Erfahrung, nur bullshit.
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.....# 20450....

 
16.06.16 09:24

...diese  kritische Bewertung der Sachlage wird   wohl ein jeder hier verstehen und auch auszugsweise  mit unterschreiben. Dennoch glaube ich das der Entwicklungsstand eine positivere Einschätzung erlaubt.

....dass keiner mehr den gemachten Äußerungen Glauben schenkt .....

- es stimmt das der Kurs zur Zeit im wesentlichen von den Währungsschwankungen beinflusst wird und  sonst mit ein paar kleinen Ausreissern vor sich hin dümpelt. Aber welche Nachricht sollte das zur Zeit auch ändern????

.......Alle Parteien vor Ort eiern doch nun schon unzählige Jahre.......

- stimmt!!  Nur ein wichtiges Kriterium wird schon erfüllt, nämlich die Mitnahme derjenigen die an diesem Prozess beteiligt sind. Wenn ich da an unsere Situation in Deutschland mit den zu hörenden und zu beteiligenden Interessenvertreten denke ;-) Stichwort SÜDLINK Trasse, na ja.

.......Sonntagsreden, Versprechungen usw ........

-BCL/PT hat sich  eindeutig für die Vision der Eröffnung ausgesprochen incl. der LO´s.
-RT hat sich nicht von den 53 % getrennt und wird es wahrscheinlich nicht tun (hoffentlich)
-die E. Kombatanten-Führung ist gesprächsbereit und will mit arbeiten
-der alluviale Bergbau wird legalisiert und geregelt !!
-das Moratorium soll teilweise aufgehoben werden. Priorität!!
-die Infrastruktur wird verbessert (incl. der so möglichen schwachen Einkommensverbesserung)
-alle Beteiligten wollen  aus der faktischen Insolvenz der Insel.
-die Erkenntnisss das es Ohne Panguna keine grundlegende Verbesserung der Situation für die
Menschen gibt setzt sich durch.
usw.


Es ist kein! Stillstand der Weiterentwicklung zu erkennen!Und wie ich finde ist die Zeit die vergangen ist, ist ein ganz wichtiger Verbündeter auf dem Weg zum reopening Panguna.
Das Argument: die brauchen sich nicht zu beeilen die Gold/Kupfer/Mangan/Silber - Erze liegen ja im Boden und laufen nicht weg stimmt. Nur wer hat dann jetzt wo das Einkommen gebraucht wird, mehr denn je, etwas davon ?
Also wenn ich mir die Situation anschauen und vergleiche mit vor einem Jahr denke ich es hat sich sehr viel getan und insofern kann ich nekro da nur beipflichten wenn er schreibt :
.....Die Meldung "Reopening the Panguna mine with BOC" sollte diese %% doch locker toppen.... .......

Nur meine Meinung. :-))


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Koud.he:

Pull the plug on Bougainville Copper

 
16.06.16 10:05
Although in a vegetative state, why they won’t pull the plug on Bougainville Copper
by ramunickel.

Bougainville Special Correspondent

Over the past five years the Managing Director of Bougainville Copper Limited, Peter Taylor, has kept shareholder hopes alive that there will be a profitable return to mining on Bougainville.

This advice goes against most learned opinion, surveys from the mine impacted area, and tireless messages issued by community bodies. But the proof is in the pudding, despite recent claims by Peter Taylor that a ‘clear majority’ of landowners welcome BCL’s return, the company has yet to take even tentative footsteps near the mine. Even its efforts to organise a Bel Kol ceremony where 'grease' is on offer, has yet to come to pass, despite annual promises from BCL’s Managing Director that this year is THE year.

The corporate doctor's prognosis is in, the patient is in a vegetative state, there are no signs of economic life.

Yet the plug is not pulled.

Although BCL has failed to return to profitable mining – and appears no closer than in 2010 –  keeping the company alive, in this vegetative state, is to the benefit of some stakeholders.

For example, while BCL has lain in a corporate coma over the past five years, its Managing Director Peter Taylor  has been paid 6.3 million Kina by the company for his professional efforts. According to BCL’s annual report this amount only partly represents Taylor's total remuneration, an undisclosed sum is also paid by Rio Tinto, BCL’s parent company.

Peter Taylor earnings

The company’s non-executive Directors are also rewarded handsomely for their time attending four Board meetings, and providing corporate oversight. Take the example of Sir Rabbie Namaliu, while some have called Namaliu a war criminal for presiding over the bloodiest period in the Bougainville war, when military forces executed civilians, torched villages and raped women, BCL has nonetheless seen fit to pay Namaliu K683,000 over the past five years.

Rabbie Namaliu earnings

Of course, it is not simply a matter of BCL management keeping the patient alive, so they can through its wallet. They have been given hope a miraculous recovery might take place.

While expert after expert has studied the patient and formed the same bleak conclusion - its over - a parade of politicians have been prepared to dismiss all the expert opinion as hocus pocus quackery, promising in a few years the patient will be doing cartwheels across the block.

So the charade goes on.

For the foreseeable future it seems BCL's Managing Director will continue to front gatherings of shareholders claiming a clear majority of landowners eagerly await BCL's returns, hoping a mixture of sheer ignorance and wilful blindness grips his audience.

After all, could anyone faintly aware of the mine's history take this view seriously?

Are outsiders versed at all on the decade of fierce resistance that was waged against the mine's construction, the widespread demoralisation communities felt as it exacted an unmeasurable toll on their land, environment and health, and the visible scars it has left on families, as BCL’s infrastructure was wilfully lent to armed soldiers, who committed unspeakable atrocities.

After all this do people seriously believe a 'clear majority' eagerly await BCL's return?

ramunickel | June 16, 2016
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...#20452....

 
16.06.16 13:23


.....so what? das Thema unter einem anderem Blickwinkel betrachtet.

    Das ist ja vollkommen OK. .-)
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JM: We will only allow two big mines

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17.06.16 06:05
www.radionz.co.nz/international/programmes/...m-yet-to-be-made

Transcript

The President of Bougainville John Momis says any decision on the lifting of the moratorium on mining exploration is for his cabinet, the Bougainville Executive Council, to make.

This comes after the legislature in the Papua New Guinea autonomous region supported a full lifting of the moratorium in a session in the ABG last week.

The moratorium has been in place since the 1970s.

President Momis says a decision is yet to made and he told Don Wiseman why a partial lifting is needed.

JOHN MOMIS: Partial lifting would have allowed us ABG which as yet doesn't have the full capacity to handle massive applications for exploration and at the same time maintain control of the number of exploration licenses and allow credible developers or investors to apply for exploration licenses.

DON WISEMAN: Would this have brought in major projects, would this have initiated major projects or are you talking about people doing alluvial mining? What do you mean by a partial lifting under our mining law?

JM: We will only allow two big mines and no more. So it would allow for people to apply for licenses to open up another mine. A big mine not just alluvial mining and other mechanised smaller mines.

DW: What has happened though is that the ABG has ended up voting for a complete lifting of the moratorium why did the legislature do that?

JM: Let me just explain first that the government that is the BEC, Bougainville Executive Council wanted to use the parliament as a sounding board instead of, because to go back to the people would be very expensive and we don't have the money to do that we have decided to use the parliament to have consultations with people's representatives. And on two occasions we used the current parliament sitting to do that. So really the consultation which we had with the parliament was just to get the bills of the people through their representatives. It is the BEC that makes the decision to lift or not to lift. Or to lift partially or globally the moratorium. So ultimately the power is vested in the BEC that is the cabinet.

DW: And as it is at the moment the moratorium hasn't been lifted wholly or partly but you are likely to decide on that very shortly.

JM: That is right yes because according to law it is the BEC that decides instead of going to the people for which we don't have the money we decided to use the parliament to gauge the views of the people through their representatives. And that will guide the BEC in its decision to lift the moratorium partially or wholly.

DW: But the feeling from the ABG was that they wanted a whole lifting?

JM: Feeling of the parliament yes. The circumstances I think that led to the call for the whole blanket lifting is the current financial situation which we are in. You know the national government has totally failed to give us the constitutionally guaranteed grants so people I think are a little bit fed up with all the false promises the national government is making so I think they are determined to raise their own revenue. And that is probably why they mistakenly think that by effecting a blanket lifting we will enable the ABG to make a lot of money. Which in fact this won't be the case because we don't have the capacity. So to be responsible I believe we need partial lifting but in any case the granting of licenses will be granted in accordance with the regulations the mining regulations which we will have to adhere to.

DW: There remains though of course very significant opposition and there has already been a lot of media traffic about the lifting of the moratorium and criticising of that. So it is still going to be a hard road to hoe isn't it?

JM: No the land owners want the moratorium to be lifted the opposition I think is mainly coming from the so called hard liners who certainly don't own the Panguna mine and the precincts.
Mein  MULTIBAGGER Favorit BOC ;-)))))
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Traderevil:

.......Women lead calls for gun control in .....

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17.06.16 08:57

.......Women lead calls for gun control in post-conflict Bougainville

Das ist der richtige Weg. (und dann noch auf Papua New Guinea Mine Watch gepostet. Top)

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...Reconciliation before exploration say Panguna..

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22.06.16 08:43

Reconciliation before exploration say Panguna mine associations

The nine associations representing landowners of the former Panguna mine have made a request to Bougainville President, Chief John Momis, that any lift of the moratorium on mining exploration be delayed until after a Bel Kol ceremony is held with Bougainville Copper Limited.

“[Bel Kol] has been requested by the landowners
,” President Momis stated.
Reconciliation before exploration say Panguna mine associations
“They want to see this customary first step towards reconciliation about mining-related issues that caused conflict completed before there is any formal step towards resumption of large-scale mining in Bougainville.

“They are asking all Bougainvilleans and outside mining interests to respect their wishes in this regard.”

The President has stated that a decision on the moratorium may not be made until October and is dependent on the successful implementation regulatory arrangement for small scale mining.

The Autonomous Bougainville Government Mining Act limits the number of simultaneous large-scale mines to two.

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...Referendum is a special vote..

 
26.06.16 11:13
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Torokina COE begin projects THE Torokina Council of Elders (COE) under the leadership of chairman Steven Nibo has started the implementation of its pilot

Referendum is a special vote (...That´s right look at GB....;-))

MANY people are asking “what is referendum” as many of them are not quite familiar with it, especially the rural village people.
A referendum is a special vote by the people to make a decision about an important issue and in Bougainville, the referendum will be on Bougainville’s future political status.
A referendum is like an election, but instead of voting for a candidate/party, people choose an ‘option’ and the option (or options) will be on a ballot paper. The people will then choose which option they want by marking the paper and putting it in a ballot box.
“The Bougainville Peace Agreement (BPA) is the real basis for us as it provides us with an exclusive right to self determination.
“We can choose and shape our future, a right unique in PNG and rare internationally, so we should celebrate this right,” says ABG President  John Momis.
The referendum rules say the Autonomous Bougainville Government and National Government must agree on who will conduct the referendum, when it will be held, the question or questions and who can vote. The two governments have agreed on a work plan to help make these decisions, which includes consultation with the people of Bougainville.
The two governments have agreed to create an independent agency to conduct the referendum and this agency should be created by the end of 2016, as the membership, structure and finance has not been finalised.
The two governments agreed on June 15, 2019, as a target date for the referendum and because it is a target date, it may change. But having a target gives both governments something to aim for in planning and preparations.
Weapons disposal and good governance will be used to help set the final date.
There may be one option, or more than one option for people to choose from and one option must be independence. There are two groups of people who can vote in the referendum; People who can vote for National Elections in Bougainville and non-resident Bougainvilleans.


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http://www.postcourier.com.pg/bougainville/#.V3F5A

 
THE issue of national reconciliation and reconstruction between the Papua New Guinea security force members and the veterans of Bougainville should be taken into account before the referendum is conducted, says Bougainville’s peace advocate Justin Kungkei.

Mr Kungkei who also happens to be a former PNGDF soldier during the height of the conflict said both governments, the Autonomous Bougainville Government and the National Government, should start dialogue on the issue and set a date which is practicable for this reconciliation to take place.

“In order for this event to happen the National Government should first rescind its shoot to kill orders made against late Francis Ona and the Bougainville militants later to be called Bougainville Revolutionary Army (BRA),” Mr Kungkei said, adding that this decision was made by the National Executive Council under the Namaliu Government in 1989.

According to Mr Kungkei after the cease fire and the signing of the Bougainville Peace Agreement, this decision was never rescinded by the National Government, which practically means Bougainville veterans are still at war with PNG security forces.

“This is one of the main reasons why former combatants and factions in Bougainville are too reluctant to dispose weapons because of the NEC decision which is still effective even today.

“It is very easy for leaders on both sides of the house to speak on the issue of weapons disposal as pre conditioned and stipulated in the Bougainville Peace Agreement under the three pillars of Autonomy, Weapons disposal and Referendum. However when a much closer analysis is taken into risks management and conflict resolution you would find that there is much more in the dynamics of the issues of weapons disposal.”

Mr Kungkei said it is now time for the ABG and the National Government to work on a plan and come up with a mechanism and a way forward for a national reconciliation to take place before a national reconstruction also is implemented where skilled technical personnel from both sides can work together to rebuild damaged infrastructures destroyed during the height of the conflict.

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