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Organic Law No. 99-209 of March 19, 1999 Relating to New Caledonia (as Amended to April 19, 2018) (France [fr]) Law No 99-209

Organic Law No. 99-209 of March 19, 1999 Relating to New Caledonia (as Amended to April 19, 2018) (France [fr]) Law No 99-209

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From: Oxford Constitutions (http://oxcon.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 24 February 2020

Article 1 New Caledonia comprises: The Main Island,1 the Pine Islands, the Belep Archipelago, Huon and Surprise, the Chesterfield Islands and the Bellone Reefs, the Loyalty Islands (Maré, Lifou, Tiga, Beautemps-Beaupré and Ouvéa), Walpole Island, the Astrolabe Islands, the Matthew Islands and Fearn or Hunter, as well as the small islands near the shore. The three provinces of New Caledonia have the following limits: The commune of Poya is shared between the Northern and Southern Provinces by a decree approved by the Council of State.2 On the initiative of the...
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