WHEN elected leaders of Papua New Guinea, especially Members of Parliament, are attempting to change some parts of the Constitution to satisfy their personal goals and desires, the alarm bells must ring loud and long.
The Maladina amendment to weaken the Ombudsman Commission’s powers and make our leaders less accountable does not make any sense at all.
As a citizen of this country, I hate to see changes to weaken our Constitution.
This amendment will ruin everyone, no matter what excuses our elected leaders claim.
The amendment must be vigorously challenged from every corner of this country to show our solidarity against the amendment before it goes for its second reading in Parliament.
Otherwise our children and grandchildren will suffer in future.