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PNC Joins Opposition, vows to Expose Failing Marape Administration

Statement  by Hon Peter O'Neill . Member for Ialibu Pangia 
The People’s National Congress Party Caucus met today and resolved to accept  Marape’s decision to exclude our party from his government.  He forgets that PNC gave him the number on the floor of Parliament to form
government, and this was after he had been rejected by every party leader during the
formation of his government.

But Marape also lied to PNC during the formation when he joined the Crown Coalition,
and he has never honoured any of his commitments and he will never deliver to the
Nation on his empty promises
PNC has now moved to the Opposition so that we can confront this failing Marape
It is our duty to bring to light the terrible and depressed state of the government under
his authority.
PNC in the Opposition will work with our Parliamentary Colleagues, including the
increasing number in the Middle Benches, to promote real alternative policy to get the
country out of the Marape Mess.
There is great dissatisfaction in the House, and in the broader public, over the
failures and lies of this government.
It is sad for the country that power has gone to Marape’s head, and that his empty
slogans and hollow promises are the only achievements of the past year.
One of the biggest problems Marape faces is that he is almost paralysed with fear
when it comes to making a decision.
Indecision has been the cornerstone of his administration, and even if he makes
a decision, he flip-flops if there is a couple of negative comments on Facebook.
The Mantra for James Marape has clearly become 'All-Talk No-Action' in this
government that simply lives day-to-day and mistake-to-mistake.
Marape failed on each and every one of the Key Performance Indicators that he set
for himself in his so-called Manifesto.

He has had a year to engage with the community and business, and to develop ideas of his own, but he has nothing new or original to offer.
To make things worse, when he is under pressure over his failures, Marape resorts
to misusing the name of God to justify himself and his political inaction.
This shameless misuse of religion is an offence to every Christian in Papua
New Guinea, as our Churches and our Christian Faith is not to be misused for political grandstanding.
Over the previous eight years, Government decision making was trusted by Members
of Parliament and the people.
Under our leadership, the country could rely on us to make decisions and to stick to
our commitments.
This is why business was able to invest with confidence and create more jobs.
As an Opposition, and as we prepare for the future with the support of the people of
our country, we will ensure that clear decision-making returns for the formation of the next Government.
We will meet every issue or crisis head-on, and we will make decisions so
that everyone in our country has certainty.

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