PAPUA New Guinea’s leaders who make errors and then fail to correct them are betraying the country, opposition leader Don Polye has told a huge crowd in Porgera, Enga Province.
“I am surprised to see our fellow MPs pretending everything is just fine,” Polye said. “I see it as a betrayal of the next generations.
“The well-being of the country and its people in future are determined by the decisions and conduct of leaders today.
“My observation of the conduct and performance of the government under prime minister Peter O’Neill is that he is creating a debt-burdened, stressed and unsustainable economy with our children struggling in a nightmare of multiple social ills with declining human development.