The country’s legislators will be debating the vote of no-confidence at 2pm tomorrow.
“It’s important for the public to know that police is not there to dispel (them) to go into Parliament,” Baki said.
“I do not want anyone to feel intimidated, but there are processes and procedures when you enter parliament.
“I appeal to Port Moresby to be peaceful.”
Meanwhile, Baki said the University of Technology and University of PNG campus is quiet because of the current police presence.