Peter Aitsi elected new Chairman of Transparency International PNG

Saturday 22nd June 2019, Port Moresby – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) has a new Chairman. He is Mr Peter Aitsi, MBE.  Though not new to the position, Mr Aitsi has been involved with TIPNG since 1999. He also served a...

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Corruption must always be met with justice

Sunday 9th June 2019, Port Moresby – Almost 2,000 people in Port Moresby came together to take part in the 13th annual Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption (SASWAC) and show peacefully their opposition to corruption an...

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Business houses back anti-corruption walk

Thursday 5th June, Port Moresby – The 13th Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption is just two days away and the level of support towards the event has been immense. “Many business houses and organizations in Port More...

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PM Marape Urged to Deliver Anti-Corruption Laws

Friday 31st May 2019, Port Moresby – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) in a media statement has reaffirmed its position as a non-political organisation that will represent the concerns of citizens that value accountabili...

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Lack of Law for Access to Information in PNG is Cause of ‘Fake News’ says TIPNG

Friday 17th May 2019, Port Moresby – The spread of unfounded speculation on Social Media in Papua New Guinea is caused by the lack of legislation to empower citizens to access accurate information from state institutions says...

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