Papua New Guineans are being trodden on and kicked: Get up and protect yourself!

By a Special Correspondent

What more does Somare and his evil and corrupt Government have to do you to make you stand up and demand change?

The Constitution (the Mother Law) has been ignored, broken, tampered with and treated with contempt. Every other law of the land has been treated with similar; or worse; contempt by the Somare Government.

An inauspicious start to the year makes our voices even more important

It has not been a great start to the year in Papua New Guinea - as we review below. But the negative stories about our government, stealing from the public purse and the resource industries only emphasis the importance of making OUR voices heard. If our leaders do not hear from us then the only changes we will see will be negative ones.  

Basil pleads for action on corruption

By Sam Basil MP

My good country men and women I have been vocal against corruption in Government from the opposition for almost four years now and I am sick and tired already.

I am also a member of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) with serious corruption issues on hand but nobody seems to pay for the crimes they did to the State which is the 6.5 million people of this country.

Human Rights report highlights Papua New Guinea's many problems

A new global report paints a gloomy picture of the many problems facing Papua New Guinea and the failure of our politicians to protect the rights and interests of ordinary citizens.

In its World Report 2011, Human Rights Watch documents how 2010 was another dismal year for PNG with corruption, police abuses, and violence against women and girls all dominating the news headlines.