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Kramer resigns from Pangu, launches Allegiance political party

Bryan Kramer
Bryan Kramer


MADANG - Member for Madang, Bryan Kramer, has stated on social media that he has officially tendered his resignation from the Pangu Party.

"I submitted my formal resignation as a member of Pangu Pati pursuant to the party constitution, a party I formally joined as a strategic adviser back in 2015,” Mr Kramer said.

“I would like to acknowledge the other members who worked tirelessly behind the scenes to build the machinery that underpinned Pangu's success following the 2017 general elections.

“My resignation follows the Registrar of Political Parties decision approving the name registration of Allegiance Party Inc, a party I now intend to lead in an effort to reshape the PNG's political landscape.”

Mr Kramer said he wants to “bring down a corrupt system of government including those who have enriched themselves at the expense of the people’s welfare.”

“With 7,037 people having registered online to join, we anticipate the party to emerge as a significant player in ensuring a better future for all Papua New Guineans,” he said.

“It is my view 2018 will be a defining year for PNG.”


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Max Phin

I respect you taking this bold & decisive action for a better PNG Mr Kramer. But first and foremost, clean up your electorate of Madang and our once beautiful town as a priority starting from the Madang Urban & Rural chamber offices right down to the illegal settlements.

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