Carved heads to be returned to PNG Parliament

The director of Papua New Guinea’s national museum said he would ensure compliance with a national court ruling against the Speaker of Parliament’s removal of cultural carvings and a totem pole from the national Parliament.

The speaker, Theo Zurenuoc, had claimed that the cultural adornments were unholy and that their removal was part of the “reformation” of Parliament as a Christian institution. Continue reading

Additional reading

News category: Asia Pacific, News Shorts.

Tags: ,