Prime Minister Peter O’Neill needs to come clean on his proposals relating to the financing of landowners’ promised 4.27 percent equity in the PNG LNG project.

A report on social media this morning makes extraordinary claims, backed up by a purported NEC submission, that the O’Neill Government is about to break its financing promise to landowners and other members of the PNG LNG Beneficiary Group.


The Supreme Court has set 1 July as the date for a hearing on the right of Sir Mekere Morauta to challenge the constitutionality of the O’Neill Government’s illegal expropriation of PNG Sustainable Development Program Ltd”s 63.4 percent shareholding in Ok Tedi Mining Ltd.

Sir Mekere is seeking standing to bring the challenge as a private citizen – former Prime Minister and senior public servant, bu...

The O’Neill Government’s political interference in the Bank of Papua New Guinea is threatening the stability of the nation’s financial system and state finances, and increasing risks for bank depositors and investors in financial institutions, former Prime Minister Sir Mekere Morauta said today.

The central bank, the nation’s premier financial institution, is supposed to be the independent watchdog...

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