Vice President Of The Autonomous Region Of Bougainville
The Vice President of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville is the second highest office in the province, which is an autonomous region of Papua New Guinea. The current Vice President is Patrick Nisira, who was appointed and sworn in on June 10, 2010, by President John Momis.
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... Patrick Nisira June 10, 2010 Present ? Please Note John Tabinaman served as the acting President of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville from June 2008 until January 6, 2009 ...
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