Members of Papua New Guinea's parliamentary staff staged a protest on Thursday over their pay, briefly holding up parliament proceedings.
The staff are demanding the Speaker's office implement a new pay structure promised to begin last January.
This protestor said they've had enough of waiting years for a new structure.
"Because all the top management and the middle management, they've got their new structures and we are still left out. You can see Moresby's a very expensive place to live in. Staff especially, they are struggling: rental, food, the salary cannot cater for."
The Speaker sent his first secretary to hear the protesting staff and said the new pay structure would arrive in September.