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TIPNG: RESPECT POLICE AND COURTS

Staff Reporter 1/10/2014 | |
Transparency International PNG is appealing to the citizens of this nation, particularly Prime Minster Peter O'Neil and Opposition Leader Belden Namah to have respect for the law and its processes.

In its response to the issue of arrest warrants for Prime Minister Peter O'Neil, Treasurer Don Polye and Finance Minister James Marape says the courts and police have a constitutional obligation and responsibility to the public, in making independent decisions, and not take direction from private interests

TIPNG says Arrests warrants have already been issued and court jurisdictions are now in place, it is incumbent on the parties to resolve this matter through the court system as a matter of urgency.

TIPNG is extremely concerned, such situations if not solved quickly can negative perceptions in the mind of the public cast doubts on the integrity of important institutions of the state.

ONE PNG / NBC

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