The majority of the population live in traditional societies and practise subsistence based agriculture. These societies and clans have some explicit acknowledgement within the nation's constitutional framework. The NG Constitution (Preamble 5(4)) expresses the wish for "traditional villages and communities to remain as viable units of New Guinean society",and for active steps to be taken in their preservation.
Not only being the most diverse countries in the world, it also is the highest tourist boarding next to Hawaii. It remains a commonwealth, spiritually and royalty aligned with the English Imperium and the Russian States.