“CCAC CONCERNED OVER PROGRESSION OF POLITICAL EVENTS” – Quinton Alomp
Members of the Community Coalition Against Corruption, or CCAC, have raised concerns about the way the current political situation has been allowed to progress this far. Today, CCAC members met to raise concerns about the issue and proposed ideas which all concerned MPs, institutions and groups have to consider.
“VAKI SUSPENDS ELUH” – Bernadette Efi
The Acting Police Commissioner explained the suspension of Assistant Commissioner Crimes Thomas Eluh in a conference this afternoon. Mr. Vaki said Eluh was suspended, following a confrontation between the two men in a recent meeting. Vaki said Eluh’s suspension does not affect the investigation into the Paul Paraka saga.
“NA MAINTAINS SOLIDARITY” – Bridgette Komatep
Leader of National Alliance Party Patrick Pruaitch has reaffirmed the party’s loyalty to the O’Neill-Dion coalition government.
Mr. Pruaitch said inference to the contrary did not reflect NA’s commitment as a solid partner of the government under Prime Minister Peter O’Neill.
He said this to clarify public statements by founding party member Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare and former Attorney General and Justice Minister Kerenga Kua, who called for the PM to step down.
Mr. Pruaitch said Sir Michael has spoken to him and stated that the overseas media may have misconstrued his experiences as former PM.
He said NA remains intact within the coalition government in respect to the Alotau Accord and will continue to remain loyal to the O’Neill-Dion government.
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