Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Viewers decry MPs lack of respect

PEOPLE watching the live broadcast of the parliamentary sitting on Kundu 2 Television yesterday described the parliament as a "kindergarten", The National reports.
Two viewers said the leaders had shown no respect for parliament and turned it into a playground for a kindergarten.
Herman Paul, who watched the live broadcast yesterday afternoon at his house at Tarangau, in Mt Hagen, Western Highlands, said he could not understand why parliamentarians, especially those on the opposition, kept interrupting Speaker Jeffery Nape.
He said parliament "belongs to the six million people of this nation, the MPs are only their representatives and they must show their respect for the people of this nation".
Paul said the leaders must show respect for the house and follow standing orders.
Another viewer, Joejoe Miugle appealed to leaders to use their common sense and show respect for parliament

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous2:44 AM

    MPs from the opposition showing no respect because something is going to get on their neck for their sins for over 9 years. They must be exposed, and they also owe to the people of PNG to form an effective opposition and not acting like spoilt kids and protesting sitting and shouting in parliament.