KAVIENG MP TELLS SIR J: QUIT POLITICS
New Ireland Politics is far from over.
In a new twist, Kavieng MP, Ian Ling-Stuckey, who is a member of National Alliance Party, has called on People’s Progress Party leader and New Ireland Governor Sir Julius Chan to ‘retire gracefully’ from politics in light of ‘demands of public office and New Ireland politics.’
He made the call whilst being on electoral duties at Puas Village, New Hanover in Kavieng today.
During his visit he presented funding of K250,000 and K150,000 for the Puas/Ungalik Primary School and Puas Sub Health Centre.
Managing the New Ireland economy is not for the faint and weak hearted.Governing the provincial assembly for Kavieng and Namatanai needs a younger leader but university trained, well versed with LLG demands and most importantly, supported by both the Kavieng DDA and Namatanai DDA leadership.”
“Like many elderly in our communities today, they unfortunately, are no longer in a fit state of mind to make rational decisions. And like most responsible carers, if they cannot make a sound decision, we will have to make it for them said the Member for Kavieng.
“The Marape-Basil Government’s record 2022 PIP Budget of K5,758 million, is reaching and developing infrastructure in most, if not all, rural and remote districts throughout the country, including Kavieng which also benefits from Lihir Royalty monies” he said in a media statement.