Buses, taxis normal
PMV buses and taxis were operating normal throughout the city.
The private-owned vehicles are the lifeline of the city because the majority of Port Moresby’s residents rely on them for transport.
Shops remained open and residents either watched TV or listened to radio broadcasts anticipating the outcome of the vote against Prime Minister O’Neill.
However, schools around the vicinity of Parliament were closed as a precaution measure.
National Capital District police chief Benjamin Turi called on the public to respect the rule of law.]]>