After three questions during the Questions without Notice this afternoon, leader of the Government Business James Marape adjourned the Parliament to 10am tomorrow.
Not all the MPs were in the chamber as well.
The public gallery was also not filled.
Nothing new is expected to be tabled tomorrow but government business includes the Organic Law on the Independent Commission against Corruption, the Organic Law on the Sovereign Wealth Fund and making a constitutional amendment to PNG’s ownership of hydrocarbon and mineral and commercialization of PNG businesses.
The government will also look at several Acts that are still on the sitting notice paper.
There are seven sitting days remaining for this year’s parliament calendar.