Government is not only about building infrastructures but putting in place good laws that will anchor our country well now and into the future.
PNG MUST BE LED BY THE STRENGTH OF BALANCED PARLIAMENTARY DEMOCRACY AND LEADERSHIP
When we tested for COVID19 during the SOE all our tests came back negative. This is a clear indication that COVID19 passed through our population long before we started testing for it.
As leader of this Pangu and coalition government, I have made the call for 15 PNC Party Members to follow their leaders to the opposition.
My sincere apologies to these leaders and their people but due to continual clash of opinion from basic politics to policy positions, I’d rather hear the PNC voice from the other side then from within government.
The National Executive Council on Friday approved the Electronic Transaction Bill to be introduced in this session of Parliament which commences tomorrow, June 2. Deputy Prime Minister and Attorney General Davis Steven made this known at a press conference over the weekend, saying the NEC decision was timely and will help many business houses and individuals during such time of the Covid-19 when the use of technology was crucial around the world.
We inherited a huge debt ridden public treasury, dilapidated public infrastructures, very unreliable and expensive public utilities, very small and weak health education system and small inactive SME.