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a King just in his Kingship and a protector of his peoples, constant in beneficence to great and small and giving them that which befitted them of good governance and bounty and protection and security and a lightener of their loads in taxes and tithes.
Shimas answered, “Tomorrow, an thou be well and in good case,147 give the folk leave to come in to thee and look into their affairs and excuse thyself to them and promise them of thine own accord good governance and prosperity.”
Australia and the Micronesian States cooperate through the Pacific Islands Forum to promote economic growth, sustainable development, good governance and security and to advance their interests through sector-specific regional organisations and the UN and its agencies.
Partlets; and I please this and provoke that and starve one and stuff another; and through my good governance they are all well under my control.
I intend to discuss with Prime Minister Lini and other Ministers the importance of Australia and Vanuatu working together on the basis of a shared commitment to good governance and economic reform, the rule of law, the professionalism and independence of the police, judiciary and public service, freedom of the media, and cooperation in combating crime.
The same principles lie behind the Government's commitment to encourage the establishment of an independent Centre for Democratic Institutions, to help promote patterns of good governance and consolidate democratic transformation through indigenous institutions and structures within the region.