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Tokelau political reviews · polynesia Tokelau A Green Paper titled Tokelau Public Service: To Preserve by Changing (ssc 1999), presented to the General Fono in June 1999, proposed several models for changes in the public service. Its major outcome was the promotion of the Modern House of Tokelau project (mht). The Modern House of Tokelau concept dates back to 1997 and 1998, when the Tokelau elected leadership expressed a wish to "return to the villages" as the main centers of governance and administration. The localization of all human and physical resources would be included, as well as management and administrative structures. Promoted as "the reconstructed house of Tokelau," the project is envisaged to encompass all institutions and agencies, including those previously considered "independent," making them accountable to the Tokelau leadership. Leading on from the "posts" identified in 1998, the year 2000 saw commitment and efforts by Tokelau's leadership to continue with the building of this modern house. The New Zealand government representatives in these deliberations also expressed their nation's commitment to providing additional resources specifically for this project. These assurances renewed Tokelau's focus on the project and the drive toward achieving its objectives. The project became the subject of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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political reviews · polynesia Tokelau A Green Paper titled Tokelau Public Service: To Preserve by Changing (ssc 1999), presented to the General Fono in June 1999, proposed several models for changes in the public service. Its major outcome was the promotion of the Modern House of Tokelau project (mht). The Modern House of Tokelau concept dates back to 1997 and 1998, when the Tokelau elected leadership expressed a wish to "return to the villages" as the main centers of governance and administration. The localization of all human and physical resources would be included, as well as management and administrative structures. Promoted as "the reconstructed house of Tokelau," the project is envisaged to encompass all institutions and agencies, including those previously considered "independent," making them accountable to the Tokelau leadership. Leading on from the "posts" identified in 1998, the year 2000 saw commitment and efforts by Tokelau's leadership to continue with the building of this modern house. The New Zealand government representatives in these deliberations also expressed their nation's commitment to providing additional resources specifically for this project. These assurances renewed Tokelau's focus on the project and the drive toward achieving its objectives. The project became the subject of

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Jan 1, 2001

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