THE People’s National Congress party promised the nation in 2012 that it would fight corruption and restore good governance and integrity among its priorities.
But these promises were short-lived.
Now, as we move closer to the setting up of a new government, the PNC party is advocating “stability” as the cornerstone of sustained development and prosperity.
If anything, PNC has to account for the missing or misused millions for the failed NID registration programme and the unprecedented chaotic 2017 national election that is beginning to be seen as representing only half of the voting population.
The Papua New Guinea Government has also shackled the country with huge public debts