Hats off to the students of the University of Papua New Guinea who today showed their disagreement on the new Judicial Conduct Bill.
Today they marched down the street of Port Moresby to the parliament house and presented their petition to Secretary Manasupe Zurenuoc as Papua New Guineans expressed their support through mobile phone messages that flooded the students phones.
The new bill gives government the power to suspend judges.
The students said that the Judicial Conduct Bill is dangerous and abusive of established Constitutional and legislative processes and Offices already in operation and force.
They said, “we believe this Act of Parliament is wrong!”
Random calls around the country pledged full support of the student action saying, this Act is wrong and it must be repealed immediately.