PNG shadow leader referred for “unholy decisions” blab

Belden Namah
Namah referred to PPC
The leader of Papua New Guinea’s shadow government, Belden Namah, has been referred to the Parliamentary Privileges Committee by the Speaker to answer for allegations he raised on the floor.

The referral was requested by Prime Minister, Peter O’Neil, after Namah alleged “unholy decisions” by the PM during his recent visit to Israel which included signing an agreement for an Israeli firm to overtake management of the PNG Sustainable Development Program (SDP) funds.

The PM also requested the committee to appoint two qualified psychiatrists to evaluate and determine if the shadow leader is qualified to hold public office. However, this request was denied.


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