Papua New Guinea's former Treasurer says people are increasingly aware about political leaders circumventing the law.
Don Polye remains on the outer of government after being sacked as Treasurer earlier this year.
However, he continues to criticise Prime Minister Peter O'Neill over various executive decisions such as taking out a controversial 1.1 billion US dollar loan without consulting parliament.
Mr Polye also continues to press Mr O'Neill to clear his name in regard to a major fraud case in which he allegedly approved illegal state payments to a law firm.
"People of this country, most of them are illiterate, but they're not stupid. They are seeing what is happening and I think sooner or later, the people will... they've spoken out already... the people will make their own observations."
Papua New Guinea's former Treasurer, Don Polye.