|Opposition Leader, Hon Don Polye|
By Yantin KIAK
THE PNG NEWS PAGE
Mr Polye made the call when commenting on PNG’s economic growth not trickling down to the family unit.
“Prime Minister Peter O’Neill and his government should be listening to the cries of our people with love, care and concern to improve their livelihood.
Mr Polye is concerned that the affairs of the country is not managed well by the government yet people are silent about the way the country is being governed.
“Experiences of PNG are written on the wall and by now they are just enough for the government to learn lessons from to improve their living standards at the micro-economic level,” he said.
Polye has also urged them to petition their respective MPs in the coalition government to speak against the government for its self-serving decisions.
He said the government might take the silence of the people for granted yet they are wise to understand things.
“When we are in government, we will strive in our endeavors as a nation and people to improve our people’s living standard,” he said.
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Don POMB POLYE, CMG, BE (Civil), MBA, MIEPNG (Reg), MP