2017 National Election displayed lack of transparency and adherence to proper process

Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) strongly condemns the lack of transparency and adherence to proper process in the 2017 National Election. There is a strong public perception that our democracy is being challenged by ve...

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The resignation of the Electoral Advisory Committee

The resignation of the Electoral Advisory Committee is another indication of the state of the nation. This committee was created by law to provide advice to the Electoral Commissioner. It is a very sensible way to involve ...

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TIPNG condemns deportation of Lay Missionary tennent

Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) condemns the PNG Government's blatant contempt for legal process in deporting lay missionary, Douglas Tennent. When a court at law rules that a deportation may not proceed and government...

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Roger Hau’ofa contributed to the anti-corruption efforts in PNG

Radio broadcaster and widely loved media personality, Roger Hau'ofa, has been an important part of the anti-corruption movement in PNG over many years. It is with sadness and gratitude that the Transparency International PNG ...

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Action must be taken on Manumanu COI

Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) calls on the Prime Minister, Peter O'Neill, to honour his promise to carry out the Commission of Inquiry (COI)into the Manumanu land sale. Numerous COIs still need to be acted on. Chai...

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