Governor Allan Bird has responded to Prime Minister James Marape's statement on threats, detailing alleged threats and concerning actions taken against him. Governor Bird emphasized the importance of evidence-based statements and disclosed threats made against him by a Deputy Commissioner of Police, leading to concerns over governance and economic systems' integrity. He shared a letter indicating state agencies targeting him and expressed disappointment over the DCP facing disciplinary action. Despite challenges and lack of confidence in existing institutions, Governor Bird remains committed to transparency, accountability, and good governance in PNG. His unwavering stance against intimidation tactics signals a dedication to serving the people and upholding democratic principles in the face of adversity.

Governor Allan Bird Responds To Prime Minister James Marape’s Statement On Threats

Governor Allan Bird Responds to Prime Minister James Marape’s Statement on Threats Governor Allan Bird has responded to Prime Minister James Marape’s statement on threats, detailing alleged threats and concerning actions taken against him. Governor Bird’s  unwavering stance against intimidation tactics signals a dedication to serving the people and upholding democratic principles in the face […]

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The United States will be able to station troops and ships at military bases in Papua New Guinea (PNG) under a new security deal that could be pivotal in a clash with China over Taiwan. The new defence cooperation agreement adds Papua New Guinea, which spans close to 180,000 square miles across the South Pacific, to a growing arc of regional alliances to counter China’s expanding military ambitions.

The United States will be able to station troops and ships at military bases in Papua New Guinea under a new security deal that could be pivotal in a clash with China over Taiwan.

The United States will be able to station troops and ships at military bases in Papua New Guinea (PNG) under a new security deal that could be pivotal in a clash with China over Taiwan. The new defence cooperation agreement adds Papua New Guinea, which spans close to 180,000 square miles across the South Pacific, to a growing arc of regional alliances to counter China’s expanding military ambitions.

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Papua New Guinea Nationwide Call for Prime Minister James Marape to Sack Minister Justin Tkatchenko. PNG demands collectively for Minister JT to be (1) sacked, (2) citizenship revoked, (3) deported back to Australia now!

Papua New Guinea Nationwide Call for Prime Minister James Marape to Sack Minister Justin Tkatchenko

Papua New Guinea Nationwide Call for Prime Minister James Marape to Sack Minister Justin Tkatchenko. PNG demands collectively for Minister JT to be (1) sacked, (2) citizenship revoked, (3) deported back to Australia now!

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for the many PNG audience currently interested in this subject. PNG-US military agreement For journalists, commentators, politicians, researchers and anyone interested in the PNG-US agreement, these three readings will help. PNG-US Security Agreement: "The Marape Government does not have the mandate of the people to enter into military or security agreements with any country that depletes our sovereignty." Peter O'Neill.

Peter O’Neill’s Statement on PNG-US Security Agreement – To the Nation of Papua New Guinea

PNG-US Security Agreement
“The Marape Government does not have the mandate of the people to enter into military or security agreements with any country that depletes our sovereignty.” Peter O’Neill.

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If you are counted-in in the 30, 000 individuals who withdrew the excess money from their BSP bank account and plan to switch to other banks after an electric glitch. The safest and wisest action you can take now is to go to the nearest BSP branch or the branch where you opened your bank account, or call them, and arrange with the BSP staff how you can repay. You did it intentionally which means you stole from BSP. You MUST return that which is NOT YOURS!

WHY 30,000 INDIVIDUAL BSP CUSTOMERS WHO WITHDREW EXCESS MONEY CANNOT RUN AWAY FROM BSP

If you are counted-in in the 30, 000 individuals who withdrew the excess money from their BSP bank account and plan to switch to other banks after an electric glitch. The safest and wisest action you can take now is to go to the nearest BSP branch or the branch where you opened your bank account, or call them, and arrange with the BSP staff how you can repay. You did it intentionally which means you stole from BSP. You MUST return that which is NOT YOURS!

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