The country goes to the polls on 30 June and PNG's Somare government, which has a huge budget surplus from favourable mineral and commodity prices, has in recent months promised large sums for projects valued at over K100m (US$32m) during political campaigns throughout the country.
Projects include education subsidies for s
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