Basil, who is the local Bulolo MP, said the writing is already on the wall.
He told Loop PNG that the O’Neill – Dion Government have the majority numbers in Parliament and had used that to bulldoze laws to suit their political interest in this term, and the Governor-General’s post will be no different.
Basil said, any appeal by the Opposition for a neutral person to be the country’s head of state will not be heard because it’s becoming a waste of time.
The current GG, Sir Michael Ogio who was elected by Parliament on 25 February 2011 term will expire next month.
Election of the new Governor-General will be done before this term of Parliament ends in March.