THE National Alliance Sandaun branch members have urged politicians to uphold the law and constitution of Papua New Guinea and not compromise its integrity and sovereignty as a state, The National reports.
Branch chairman Alois Kapa said he was concerned that some elected leaders had forgotten the people and were promoting their interests to destroy the country.
He said the recent change of government, and last week's parliament sitting, had caused a constitutional crisis and threatened democracy, the integrity and sovereignty of PNG and undermined the status of the highest legal authority of the land.
Kapa also urged the National Court to speed up the case of whether the O'Neill government was legitimate.
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