TIPNG Not Deterred by Robbery

Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) will not allow a recent burglary to stop their mission to empower citizens to oppose corruption. The newly opened TIPNG office located in Boroko, NCD suffered a break and en...

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Chairman of Transparency International visits Papua New Guinea

Chairman of Transparency International, Mr José Ugaz is visiting Papua New Guinea for the first time. Mr Jose Ugaz will be in Port Moresby on Monday (7/8/17) as part of his chapter visits. José was elected Chairman to the ...

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Appointment of Duma is a Mockery of Justice

Transparency International PNG (TIPNG)is calling on the Prime Minster to keep his promise to the people of Papua New Guinea and revoke the appointment of Hagen Open MP, William Duma, as Minister for Public Enterprise and Stat...

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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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