Democracy! Is it working to the benefit of Governing Papua New Guineans???
Jon Pestus Posted Jun 12, 2006 3:54 PM
Why are we never short of complaining about corrupt governments and MPs and people holding public offices?? Or when justice is not seen to be done especially to those entrusted to hold high public offices. With the way we the public are viewing people that are put into high and public offices nobody will escape having their reputation and names smeard in public or accused of corruption. I think that the common denominator in all this is our current system of governence DEMOCRACY.
If changing or retaining the government or public office holder does not satisfy the majority why don't we try changing the system of government.
Anyone for a bright new different political philosphy/idealogy apart from the existing ones (Marxist, Communism, Democracy, and etc).
Certainly there must be a system of government that will best suit the different ethnicity that this nation is made up of and works for the majority!
For a start I'd like to keep the 'Inocent till proven guilty' element of democracy retain but enforced with the 'Eye for an Eye Tooth for a tooth' element found in the Islamic Sharia Law.