Papua New Guinea Party
|Leader||Belden Namah |
|President||Andrew Baing |
|Secretary||Kila Poka |
|Founder||Mekere Morauta and Wake Goi|
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The Papua New Guinea Party is a political party in Papua New Guinea. It was founded in 2007 by former Prime Minister and Leader of the People's Democratic Movement, Mekere Morauta, along with MP Wake Goi.
When Morauta stepped down from the leadership of the opposition and of the party in May 2010, Belden Namah was elected to succeed him in both positions. In August 2011, following a change in government, Namah became Deputy Prime Minister under PM Peter O'Neill, as part of a coalition government.
By January 2012, the party's parliamentary membership had increased to 25, as members of smaller parties joined.
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- This result is according to Papua New Guinean general election, 2007.
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- "Belden Namah is PNG's new Opposition Leader". ABC Radio Australia. 10 May 2011.
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- "Namah confident of forming government". The National. 24 January 2012.
- "Clarity on MP numbers in PNG political parties". Radio New Zealand News International. 17 November 2016.
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