‘Changes unlawful’

PORT MORESBY – Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court has ruled that changes to the Constitution regarding Parliament and motions of no-confidence are unconstitutional, void and of no effect. The changes, which were introduced by the Peter O’Neill-led Government over two years ago, included extending the grace period protecting a Government from no-confidence votes from 18 […]

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