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The Alliance unfazed following alleged police confrontation

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THE Alliance is growing in numbers and will not be moved by intimidation tactics from the People’s National Congress (PNC) party, PNG National Party leader Kerenga Kua says.
Kua claimed  during a media conference in Port Moresby on Friday that PNC leader Peter O’Neill was using police to carry out work while he was in Alotau.
Kua said team Alliance would not be moved by intimidation tactics.
“Team Alliance, which is led by National Alliance party (NA) and Pangu Pati, is open to all likeminded MPs who believe in an honest and transparent government that respects the rule of law and puts the interests and welfare of the people first,” Kua said.
“While numbers are steadily increasing on team Alliance, the flow of MPs-elect appears to have dried up at O’Neill’s Alotau camp.”
Kua said it clearly showed that the people of PNG did not want PNC and  O’Neill to lead.
“O’Neill then resorted to use police personnel and state assets and properties to carry out his work in trying to kidnap MPs-elect is an act of criminal elements,” Kua alleged.
He was referring to East Sepik Governor-elect and NA’s Allan Bird being confronted by police in Port Moresby on Friday.

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