Constitution of PNG

Marape Calls For Clarity

These two points underpinned his message as he called for a clearer Parliamentary pathway to allow for the continuation of dialogue on the processing of the Bougainville’s referendum results.

The Prime Minister was speaking on Tuesday when closing the Joint Supervisory Body (JSB) meeting in Wabag, Enga Province and the 2nd Joint Inter-Government Consultation.

“As far as constitutional provision is concerned, with regard to one part of the country becoming independent, the Constitution is silent,” Marape said.