May 31, 2016

Former Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta said today the National Parliament is in danger of becoming a rubber stamp for the decisions taken by the Prime Minister, surrounded by a small group of unelected advisers, high-priced foreign consultants and vested interests.


“In recent years the Office of the Prime Minister and those who influence it have come to dominate the structures and processes of d...

May 27, 2016

The Prime Minister and his advisers must accept the incontrovertible evidence that Papua New Guinea is in the midst of an extensive and deepening economic and financial crisis, former Prime Minister Mekere Morauta said today.


“Only by the Prime Minister acknowledging the nature and scale of the problem, and sharing it with Papua New Guineans, can we find solutions to fight the problem, hand in han...

May 1, 2016

“Prime Minister Peter O’Neill should allow the National Fraud and Anti-Corruption Directorate to take up his challenge to find whether there is evidence or not that he benefitted financially from the Paraka scandal,” former Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta said today.


“He should also allow them to continue their wider investigation into all aspects of the case, and he should assist their enquirie...

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