Opposition Leader, Belden Namah, who has been dragged through court appearances, reinstated by the court recently and filing his application to challenge the election of the current Prime Minister, James Marape, labeled the Member for Madang and Police Minister, MP Byran Kramer, as being obsessed with him.
Prime Minister James Marape has been told to refrain from lying to the public and to bring to justice criminal elements in the Office of the Prime Minister who assaulted a Processed Server of Young and Williams Lawyers last week. Media Statement by Namah.
“It seems rich and powerful people in PNG cannot be touched by our Justice system,” Said Governor Allen Bird.
Government is not only about building infrastructures but putting in place good laws that will anchor our country well now and into the future.
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.
I went to court seeking the interpretation of a matter of grave importance for our people and our country. When we elect our Prime Minister the process must be clean, legal, transparent and beyond reproach..
Opposition Leader, Belden Namah has denied rumors he is withdrawing the complaint he laid which has resulted in the arrest of former Prime Minister Peter O’Neill over the weekend.
THE PLAN TO SELL PNG POWER IS NOT FOR RESCUING THE ELECTRICITY PROVISION PROBLEMS, BUT FOR ECONOMIC GREED AND CORRUPTION.
Australia and international lenders are preparing a bailout package of about $US2 billion ($3.3 billion) for Papua New Guinea, to help prevent the Pacific nation from becoming one of the failed states feared as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Papua New Guinea faces a further ratings downgrade and higher interest rates after the Treasurer begged the Paris Club of creditor nations to suspend debt service obligations.
Several high-profile people involved in the purchase of the two Israeli-made generators at a cost of K50 million will be arrested.