By PNG Echo
Papua New Guinea has entered very dangerous political waters.
Yet both sides are going about, willy nilly, doing the very things that they were cautioned against and which may just land them with a contempt of court charge?
The retired Police Commissioner, Sir Tom Kulunga, was recently convicted of contempt and received a sentence of seven months hard labour. Not even this has deterred them.
The Prime Minister’s actions are easily explainable – he’s fighting for his very existence.
He’s using political manoeuvring to stack the deck for when he next appears in court. Continue reading Nature hates a vacuum: The potential demise of Peter O’Neill