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A Short Term Vision Leader- Not Capable

May 3 2007 at 4:55 PM
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Response to Re: PNG casinos it shows here aren't attractive to any but money launderers, kickbackers, or?

This is just another "think big vision and plan" for Somare to accumulate more private wealth all done within 1 year and months work to push and pass the Bill.

What a great making of a PM who thinks only of himself and his cronies interest and selling the social harmony and opportunity loss of last parliament sitting of his government to think of passing other potential Bills on White Collar Crimes in Public Offices, Corporate Theives, Other Corruption Loopholes and many more other issues of social and economic concern for peoples' benefit that has been there for years and are still prevalent.

PNG, please read the minds and actions of this PM and MPs who cannot really judge and plan well according to issues of the day. Can we still vote for them when they said they are doing well with the economy and are dishing out money all over the country on the eve of election? I think these are all cover ups to remain in power and do more damage. They must be stopped now and let the true leaders and politicians who are for and will be for the people and country take us into the new era. We don't need the colonial era politicians. They are still under-developed in their capabilities to think right and lead as visionary leaders.

God Help This Young and Beautiful Nation.

 
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