In denying suggestions from the National Alliance party, PNC said: “The people of the country made their will clear when the People's National Congress was returned by a large margin to continue our work of providing free education, better health outcomes and a stronger economy that serves us all.
“We are happy to work with mature leaders willing to put their differences aside for the good of the country.
“The National Alliance party have not proven themselves to be that.”
On Monday (Sept 11), Pangu Party Leader, Sam Basil, officially switched seats, joining the PNC-led Government.
Basil moved with all the PANGU MPs from Morobe Province, including Central Province, Sohe and Lufa.
The MPs that made the switch:
Sam Basil – PANGU Party Leader and Bulolo MP
William Samb – Goilala MP
Capt Lekwa Gure – Rigo MP
Robert Agarobe – Central Governor
Henry Amuli – Sohe MP
Kennedy Wenge – Nawaeb MP
Ginson Saonu – Morobe Governor
John Rosso – Lae MP
Thomas Pelike - Menyamya MP
Kobby Bamareu – Tewai Siasi MP
Chris Yer – Sumkar MP
Moriape Karori – Lufa MP
The four PANGU MPs who did not move are Madang Open MP Brian Kramer, Moresby North-West MP Sir Mekere Morauta, Finschhafen MP Rainbo Paita and Wabag MP Dr Lino Tom.
(Loop file pic)