PNG PM to face no-confidence motion after deadly riots

By Kirsty Needham
Updated February 13 2024 - 5:39pm, first published 5:34pm
Prime Minister James Marape sought progress on a policing agreement during his visit to Australia. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)
Prime Minister James Marape sought progress on a policing agreement during his visit to Australia. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)

Papua New Guinea's opposition party has lodged a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister James Marape after the Pacific Island nation's parliament returned, the first session since deadly riots in January during a police strike.

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