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By Staff Reporter : PNG Today

PNG Opposition continues to push for nationwide protest

PNG's Madang MP Bryan Kramer and the Opposition are pushing for a nationwide boycott while the Government has explained that all APEC assets will be disposed through public tender.

The planned boycott or stay away from work has been received with mix public reaction with major union bodies including the PNG Trade Union Congress, Police Union and Teachers Association distancing themselves from taking part.

Mr Kramer said this boycott will be the first of its kind where individuals can exercise their choice to stop work and stay home in protest over unaccounted spending of millions on the purchases of 40 Maseratis’ and 3 Bentleys’ for the APEC Leaders Summit at a cost of K23 million.

Posted by Staff Reporter : PNG Today on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. Filed under , , . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Share this Article


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