Opposition Leader, Don Polye, says MPs must be in their right mind for the Vote of No Confidence, and his tem are not moved by the government camping in Alotau.
A joint news conference yesterday was attended by nine different leaders of political parties.
Polye called on MPs to consider what their people think and not to those in power.
“It is not about camping, leaders must now be with their people to get a collective decision before the Vote of No Confidence,” Polye said.
“We are not moved by the Government camping in Alotau.”
Being in opposition for the past four years, Deputy Leader, Sam Basil, says the funding factor of DSIP, PSIP and LLGSIP should not be the brain teaser behind leaders.
“It’s not about funding, it is change that people want for a better PNG.” the Bulolo MP said.
The Opposition spoke highly of addressing the numbers game despite the government claiming 91 members to the opposition’s 16.
The opposition did not disclose its numbers in camp, however stated that they are prepared to face the O’Neill-Dion coalition government come Friday.
East Sepik Governor, Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare, was present with the opposition as an observer.