2017 PNG National Elections

COUNTING: NCD regional progressive result – after count 243

NCD Regional - after count 243

COUNTING: NCD regional progressive result – after count 242

The following is a progressive ladder of the results;

VIDEO: Pangu in Lae

After the Finschhafen Declaration today, Pangu party now records 5 candidates, all from the Morobe Province. 


Charmaine Poriambep with more 

VIDEO: Independent candidates seen with PNC

This was the case today when Prime Minister Peter O'Neill welcomed Independent candidates for the Koroba Kopiago seat and the Komo Magarima into Port Moresby today.


Meredith Kuusa with  more 

Manus gives PNC two more members


This follows the elimination of National Alliance candidate Leslie Roai who polled 4681 votes after the 24th exclusion.

His ballot papers were distributed between Benjamin and People’s Movement for Change candidate, George Sikin.

Benjamin collected a total of 7,371 votes to secure the seat.

Meantime for the Manus Open seat PNC also managed to come home with another candidate in the likes of Job Pomat.

Job Pomat managed to secure 6,844 votes to be take the seat.

Sir Julius thanks his son Byron acknowledging newly elected Member

The incumbent New Ireland Governor saiid “The Namatanai have lost a humble representative, a man with a heart and love for his people – a true friend of all New Irelanders and Papua New Guinea will lose an honest Minister.

“But I have gained a son and I am very proud of his dedication to duty and loyalty to the Government”.

He acknowledged the newly elected MP, Walter Schnaubelt and reiterated his often plea for true Leadership and Cooperation – what he says is the foundation of the peoples future in New Ireland.


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COUNTING: Manus Regional progressive results – after 20th exclusion

The progressive Tally for the six remaining candidates after the 20th Exclusion for Manus Regional are:

VIDEO: O'Neill returns with 78 per cent of all ballots cast

This is Mr O'Neill's fourth term to be elected as the MP for Ialibu Pangia.

After count 115 O'Neill collected 48714 votes to be declared.

Officially declaring him is Ialibu Pangia Returning Officer Michael Ariando in the presence of counting officials, scrutineers and supporters.

O'Neill has gone past the 50% +1 absolute majority with a surplus of more than 17,000 votes.


Freddy more with this report 


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O’Neill thanks voters for his re-election in Ialibu-Pangia

O’Neill thanks voters for his re-election in Ialibu-Pangia

PM O’Neill said the success of the election in his district, and around the nation, is also another indication of the change in attitudes that is taking place around the country.

Returned to office with a record of 48,714 votes, which is 78 per cent of all ballots cast, the Prime Minister waited until every vote had been counted before being declared the winner.

COUNTING: Telefomin Open progressive result - after count 12

The progressive result: