May 21, 2019 Last Updated 5:09 AM, May 21, 2019
By: Peni Komaisavai Papua New Guinea’s Opposition has withdrawn its motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Peter O’Neill after alternative PM candidate James Marape stepped down. This was announced during a media conference just days before Parliament is due to reconvene. However, Marape’s stepping down has been described by…
OPINION: Pacific defense pact renewal vital to the US amid rising tension with China By Tommy Remengesau Jr., Opinion Contributor — KOROR, 20 MAY 2019 --- Talk of the trade conflict between the United States and China has captured international headlines for the better part of the past two weeks.…
By Anish Chand The European Union will consider Fiji to be included in the list of countries with visa-free access to the Schengen Area of the EU. This was one of the major undertakings by the EU at the  European Union and Fiji’s fourth High Level Political Dialogue in Brussels last night Fiji time.…
By Peni Komaisavai Papua New Guinea’s government has asked the country’s High Court to stay the processing of a no-confident motion in Parliament, saying if it is heard, it could be in contempt of court. The Opposition has filed a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill. However Justice…
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By Anish Chand A European Union report on Fiji states the Media Industry Development Decree continues to impose pressure on journalists in Fiji. The EU annual report on Human Rights and Democracy in Fiji 2018 says the Decree is “hindering full and transparent democratic debate.” “Despite the acquittal of three members of the…
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