BY GORETHY KENNETH Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has accepted the resignation of the Member for Esa’ala, the Hon. Davis Stevens as Minister for Justice and Attorney General. He said Mr Stevens had spoken with him during the year indicating he would be resigning from his ministerial position so he could focus on his electorate of Esa’ala in Milne Bay Province. Esa’ala is still rebuilding itself from the earthquake damage. “The honorbale Davis Steven has discussed with me the need for him to concentrate more on the Esa’ala electorate in the coming years, and I accept his resignation,” the Prime Minister said. “The region is still rebuilding after the earthquake and there is a lot of work to be done. “His people are suffering and as their elected member he is focusing on rebuilding communities. “He has our government’s full support in these ongoing efforts. “Davis Steven has served admirably in two ministerial portfolios, first as Minister for Civil Aviation in the last Parliament, and Minister for Justice and Attorney General since the 2017 election. “He has initiated a number of reforms in both portfolios. “His work as minister has made our aviation sector more efficient and safer, and strengthened our… Read full this story
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