Pruaitch: The Alliance strong

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LEADER of the National Alliance Party and Member-elect for Aitape-Lumi Patrick Pruaitch is confident that he and the rest of “The Alliance’ members will remain firm in their opposition to Peter O’Neill forming government.
Spirits are high among ‘The Alliance’ team and numbers continue to grow as declarations are made.
“We are working with like-minded parties and individuals to provide stable leadership for Papua New Guinea that is committed to a return to good governance and economic recovery,” Pruaitch said yesterday.
“The leadership of National Alliance from 2002 to 2011 saw a period of unprecedented consistent economic growth.”
Leader of the PNG National Party and member-elect for Sinasina-Yongomul, Kerenga Kua said:  “This is a time when integrity is so important.”
Kua called on all members-elect, regardless of political affiliation, to be “guided by your conscience and make your way to join The Alliance”.
Sir Mekere Morouta, member-elect for Moresby North-West
and leader of the Independent group said this was the worst
election period in the short history of the nation. The Alliance leaders met in Port Moresby
yesterday to consolidate their numbers.
Also present at the discussions were William Samb, deputy leader of Pangu Pati and member-elect for Goilala and leader of PNG Party Belden Namah.

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