The Papua New Guinea opposition MP and former Attorney General, Kerenga Kua, says the Commission of Inquiry into unrest at the nation's universities is likely to be a whitewash. Students attend a rally at UPNG. Photo: UPNG4PNG Classes at ... Radio New Zealand, 1 month ago
By Harriet Smith, an intern with the Lowy Institute's Melanesia Program After surviving a vote of no-confidence last week, PNG Prime Minister Peter ONeill has reshuffled his cabinet. O'Neill has pledged stable government until next year's national ...The Interpreter, 1 month ago
Source: The National, Monday July 25th, 2016 By MALUM NALU THE Government used its numbers to beat the Opposition's no-confidence vote 85-21 in a dramatic day in Parliament on Friday. As Leader of Government Business and Finance Minister ...Papua New Guinea National, 1 month ago Chief shifts support Papua New Guinea National, 1 month ago Polye: We will form new govt Papua New Guinea National, 1 month ago Parliament under court scrutiny Papua New Guinea National, 2 months ago
Source: The National, Friday July 22nd, 2016 HERE are the Government and Opposition MPs heading into today's vote of no-confidence against Prime Minister Peter ONeill in Parliament: OPPOSITION 22 Triumph Heritage Empowerment Party 1. Don ...Papua New Guinea National, 1 month ago
MIL OSI Analysis EveningReport.nz Article by AsiaPacificReport.nz By Gorethy Kenneth Opposition National Party Leader Kerenga Kua has accused Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter ONeill's government of enticing Members of Parliament — ...Foreign Affairs.co.nz, 1 month ago
4:23 pm GMT+12, 18/07/2016, Papua New Guinea PNG Party leader Belden Namah, who was at the forefront of the 2011 political impasse, Monday apologised to Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare during a media conference in Port Moresby. Sir Michael ...Pacific Islands News Association, 1 month ago
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