Commission of Inquiries (COI)

PM Assures Tabling of COI Report

And that criminal actions, if necessary, will be taken against those responsible for the controversial UBS loan which has cost Papua New Guinea over US$300 million (K1 billion). 
The UBS COI was established by PM Marape in 2019 to probe into the A$1.2 billion (K3.12 billion) loan from UBS in 2014. 
Prime Minister Marape said executive governments, and prime ministers, “must be aware that all executive government transactions and decisions must not be hidden from scrutiny if required by people”. 

All previous COIs will be tabled: Speaker

He said COIs have been collecting dust without implementing the recommendations; which is a waste of time and money.

Pomat was responding to questions by TVWan News on COIs, which was brought up by Madang Governor Peter Yama during the last parliament session.

Yama asked the question after the issue of COI into the controversial Manumanu land deal resurfaced in Parliament.

Pomat reiterated that all the previous COIs will be tabled as they are public information.