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By Staff Reporter : PNG Today

Opposition denies allegations of influencing University students

The Opposition has denied allegations that they were influencing and supporting the current  university students' protest against Prime Minister Peter O'Neill and his government. Opposition leader Don Polye dismissed the allegation in parliament. 

Mr. Don Polye says such allegations, is an insult to the intellect of the university students because it tells them that they are incapable of understanding the country’s economic situation. He adds that students are future leaders and intellectuals who can make their stand if they see the country not being run the way it should be and don’t need to be told about it by any politician.

The opposition leader says the issues the students are protesting against are of national importance that will affect every individual in the country, not just for a group of politicians.

Posted by Staff Reporter : PNG Today on Friday, June 03, 2016. Filed under , , . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Share this Article


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