By Jack Lapauve Jr – EMTV News, Port Moresby
The National Parliamentary Opposition is rallying to overthrow the current O’Neill-Dion Government.
Opposition leader, Don Polye, says the student unrest and political turmoil in the current administration is a sign for a change in the leadership of the country.
Opposition members made their stance yesterday in a news conference in Port Moresby.
Two days after being reinstated as the Member for Kandep, Opposition leader, Don Polye, says it is time a new leadership takes over through a vote of no confidence.
“We are intact and ready to change the current Government”, said MP Polye.
Polye made critical analysis of the state of economy, its effects to the value of the kina, and the pressure business houses and people have been experiencing over the past 3 months.
Next Tuesday the doors of parliament will open for the May sitting – an opportunity the Opposition will take to make their move through a vote of no confidence.
Bulolo MP and Deputy Opposition, Sam Basil, says the current events in the country clearly indicate the need for a change of government.
Over the past two weeks, the Opposition numbers have slowly increased recent moves have seen Kerema MP, Richard Mendani, and former Attorney General and Sinasina Yongomugl MP, Kerenga Kua, joining the Opposition.
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