Marape Resigns as Finance Minister Citing a Loss of Trust From the PM and Interference by Govt Associates

The resignation of Papua New Guinean’s Finance Minister, James Marape, has sent shockwaves  through  the country’s  political  circles.The  unexpected announcement came at midday when Mr. Marape held a  briefing with the media at his Vulupindi  Haus office in Port Moresby. James Marape, who has been Finance Minister since 2012,  said his decision was because the Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill,   and ‘his associates’ had ‘lost trust’ in him.

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