Electoral chief rejects ‘ghost voters’ claim

Papua New Guinea’s Electoral Commission has rejected a claim that it created nearly 300,000 so-called “ghost voters” for use in the ongoing national election. The claim came as a result of statistical analysis presented by former PNG Treasury advisor, Paul Flanagan, comparing PNG’s 2017 electoral roll with population estimates by electorate based on the 2011 […]

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