Juffa said although, he was on the other side of the house, all that matters to him is to help the people.
“I am in the Opposition that is a fact but I also support any positive efforts and any decisions by Government that are for the people and for this country,” he said.
“My anger and outrage and dissent and protestation will be directed at the policies and decisions that are not in the best interest of our people and PNG,” he said.
While congratulating the Prime Minister Peter O’Neill for surviving the vote of no-confidence, Juffa also told O’Neill that he had the power to ultimately protect and promote PNG interests adding he should exercise it with caution and responsibility.
“You have some good Ministers and others who need replacing. Review that situation and do it as soon as possible,” he said.
Juffa also called on the Prime Minister to consider stepping aside to focus on the pending list of court cases.
He said many possible candidates can temporarily replace him until he sorts this out.
“Re-open the academic year for UPNG and University of Technology as soon as possible and loans and major decisions must come before Parliament, among other issues.”
He said the Prime Minister may have the numbers but the Constitution demands it.