One of the core responsibilities of a Member of Parliament is to make laws and oversight the executive.
And these things happen in Parliament.
"In the past four years, Parliament has failed to sit the required minimum number of sitting days, and one can wonder if the 63 sitting days would be achieved this year," it says.
"A backlog of work and outstanding national priority agendas remain unresolved may be a result of insufficient legislative activities.
"Parliament, through the office of the Speaker, should come out publicly and explain to the citizens of Papua New Guinea their reasons for not sitting the required number of days.
"Questions may then be raised on the consequence of Parliament breaching a clear court ruling."