TIPNG Calls on Chief Secretary to Release Full Manumanu Report

Port Moresby, 20 April 2018 – Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) has said that the Government must make a report on the Manumanu Scandal available for public scrutiny. This report cost tax-payers K2m. Media o...

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Works Minister must publicly provide evidence that Brian is lying.

Port Moresby,  13 April 2018 – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) calls on the  Works Minister Honorable Michael Nali to provide evidence that suspended Works Northern Manager, Mr Brian Alois, lied about inflated costs fo...

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TIPNG Warns that Koloma sets back Government NID Response

Port Moresby, 14 February 2018 – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG)says that positive steps by the Government to audit the National Identity (NID) Project in response to their campaign is marred by the efforts of National...

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Preserve the integrity of the Administrative Inquiry into the Manumanu land case

Port Moresby, 7 February 2018 -  It is extremely shameful that the Minister for Lands and Physical Planning has needed to report files, important to an Administrative Inquiry launched by the Prime Minister, are missing. It is...

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Government must be Transparent on Central Rice Project Deliberation

Port Moresby, 26 January 2018 –Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) is calling on Minister for Agriculture and the National Government to ensure that the decision-making process for the controversial Central Pr...

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