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The Papua New Guinea Parliament Votes Overwhelmingly In Favor Of Prime Minister James Marape

The Papua New Guinea Parliament overwhelmingly voted 84-0 in favor of Prime Minister James Marape on a motion expressing confidence in his leadership. The motion, moved by the leader of Government Business, faced objections from opposition MPs but proceeded to a vote, prompting a boycott from the opposition. After the outcome was announced, the opposition MPs returned to the session. Prime Minister Marape thanked the MPs for their support and emphasized the importance of maintaining order in parliamentary proceedings. Despite the vote, a motion of no-confidence against Prime Minister Marape is still under consideration, pending legal deliberations.

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Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Honorable James Marape Embraces Allan Bird’s Challenge to Stand as the Alternative Prime Minister in the Upcoming Vote of No Confidence

The Honorable James Marape, the current Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, has embraced the challenge posed by Allan Bird to become the alternative Prime Minister in the forthcoming vote of no confidence.

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Papua New Guinea ‘s Political Landscape Shifts – Tomuriesa-Nomane Led Parliamentary Opposition Emerges

The emergence of the Tomuriesa-Nomane led Parliamentary Opposition marks a significant political shift in Papua New Guinea, following the resignation of former Opposition Leader Joseph Lelang and the quick reorganization of the alternate Government’s members, including the nomination of Allan Bird for the Prime Minister’s position in the upcoming Vote of No Confidence motion, leading to a pivotal moment in the nation’s political landscape.

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The Taxation Tumult In Papua New Guinea – An In-Depth Exploration

Economists are crucial in shaping the narrative on taxation strategies in Papua New Guinea, particularly during financial crises, emphasizing the need for careful consideration and strategic planning to navigate economic challenges and achieve a more resilient and fair fiscal future.

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The Unseen Foundations of Papua New Guinea – Hard Work And Labor In Nation Building

It is through the collective efforts of individuals, communities, and the nation at large that Papua New Guinea can reclaim, rejuvenate, and celebrate the ethic of hard work that has been an enduring force throughout its history.

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