Week in review

Week-in-review for court

Nineteen election petitions came for directions hearing, amongst those was the one filed against Madang MP Bryan Kramer http://www.looppng.com/png-news/duban-files-petition-against-kramer-67398 , the petition filed against Rigo MP Lekwa Gure http://www.looppng.com/png-news/pala-disputes-gure%E2%80%99s-win-67444 , East New Britain Governor, Nakikus Konga

Week in review – Court

“A case has been made out that he is a humble, gentle giant that has fallen,” Justice Ambeng Kandakasi made these remarks when giving his tribute on Wednesday at the funeral of the late Justice Salatiel Lenalia. See more http://www.looppng.com/png-news/judges-he-was-humble-giant-65340

​Review: This week in court

While polling is ongoing and counting started in some areas around the country, it was business as usual for the courts.

On Thursday, a 25-year-old man from Tsak valley, Wapenamanda, Enga Province, appeared before the Waigani Committal Court after he was arrested for multiple voting.

Erik Pps was brought to court where his charges were read and explained to him after he was caught for voting three times on Friday, June 30.

He was caught at the Five-Mile Ridge polling booths in NCD around 2pm.