The National Alliance Party demonstrated solidarity at its Papua Region Beanch Fundraising dinner in Port Moresby overthe weekend.
The gthering was meant to raise funds for National Alliance and to reaffirm its policies that prioritize national interest.
The National Alliance Papua Region Beanch Fundraiser atthe Dynasty Restaurant was a full house.
LLeadersofthe Party including founder Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare, parliamentary leader Patrick Pruaitch, President Walter Schnaubeltoandthe Papua Region deputy president Dr. Wari Iamo were all welcomedthe Papuan way.
Guest of Honor wasthe Prime Minister.
Dr. Iamo said sincethe bulk ofthe country’s population still live inthe rural areas and National Alliance was working on it’strategic plan to implement its project withthe bottom-up approach.
National Alliance currently has ten parliamentary members, and Mr. O’Neill said without NA supportoit would have been difficult to formthe government.
Parliamentary Leader, Patrick Pruaitch said NA would work closely with People’s National Congress and ther coalition partners underthe lLeadersip of O’Neill to delivertheir promises as outlined inthe Alotau Accord.
Although NA does not have a Southern Region parliamentary representation, Pruaitch said NA’s efforts to sustain economic growth inthe region was immense, throughthe LNG project in NCD, Gulf, Western and Central Provinces.
The evening continued informally with pledges and items auctioned. PNC Party made a commitment of K70, 000 to National Alliance.