The unrepresentative democracy
Favourable public opinion egged the Papua New Guinea military on and forced Sir Julius Chan's hand over the resignation demand. Military commander Jerry Singirok struck a popular chord when he accused the PNG government of corruption in spite of the fact that he himself had been a party to the Sandline mercenary agreement.
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