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Marape leaves PNC Party

Tari Pori MP, James Marape, has announced that he is officially leaving the People’s National Congress. In a news conference at Parliament, Marape said MPs have lost confidence in the leadership of Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill.

Marape was accompanied by Manus Governor, Charlie Benjamin, and Okapa MP, Saki Soloma, who both announced their resignations from PNC.

All three spoke of the lack of consultation on cabinet decisions under the Prime Minister's leadership. The former finance minister, said a number of decisions were made without proper consultation with other stakeholders.

Also present at the announcement were Hela Governor, Philip Undialu, Southern Highlands Governor, William Powi and Member for Komo-Margarima, Manase Makiba.

The leaders urged other MPs to make decide based on the interests of their people.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Peter O'Neill welcome the  members decision  to leave the party  and said, Marape will no longer participate in the party's dealings.  "As far as we are concerned in PNC, he has already gone and resigned. His actions and activities are against party principles and party interest. The Member will not be attending the next PNC Party Caucus meeting." Mr. O'Neill said.

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