Opposition leader Belden Namah querlied as to whythe falcon jet has not been sold, and is being currently used bythe Prime Minister for international duties.
He saidthe decision to sellthe falcon was made whenthey were allies.
Mr Namah also saidthe Prime Minister had to account tothe nation on how much has been spent on official trips.
Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has been on several international visits to countries such as Australia, New Zealand,Indonesia and Israel this year.
During his visits, significant and controversial bi-lateral agreements were signed such asthe Asylum Seeker Dealliththe former Australian Rudd Governmentoandthe Eleven Agreement Plan withtheIndonesia Government.
The Eleven agreement plan covers extradition agreement.
Mr Namah’said taxpayer’s money must go to good use and not to fund non-stop trips.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’s two day visit ended on Thursday withthe signing of a joint declaration of cooperation.
The umbrella agreement specifies defence, security and intelligence training, capacity building, farming and irrigation as areas of assistance.