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Sent: Friday, 5 August 2011 6:06 AM
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Subject: [New post] New Prime Minister has a history on PNG Exposed
New Prime Minister has a history on PNG Exposed
pngexposed | August 5, 2011 at 8:05 am | Tags: Finance Department, government, Papua New Guinea, Peter O'Neill, Prime Minister | Categories: Corruption, Papua New Guinea | URL: http://wp.me/pUQkx-fs
Papua New Guinea's new Prime Minister has featured several times in blog posts on PNG Exposed , as the list below reveals.
While Peter O'Neill is talking big about the need to tackle corruption, he is so far remaining silent about his own murky dealings.
Poster targets O'Neill's murky past
Tags: corruption, Papua New Guinea, Government, Prime minister
New Prime Minister benefited from NPF fraud
Tags: corruption, Papua New Guinea, Government
The strange case of Joseph Lelang needs some explanation — 4 comments
Tags: corruption, Papua New Guinea, Arthur Somare, Government, Joseph Lelang, Michael Somare, Patrick Pruaitch, Prime minister
Planning Secretary details government misuse of K98 million to buy support — 3 comments
Tags: corruption, Papua New Guinea, Arthur Somare, Government, Michael Somare, P, Patrick Pruaitch, Paul Tiensten, Prime minister
British High Commission undermines anti-corruption fight — 4 comments
Tags: corruption, British High Commission, David Dunn, Finance Department, Government, Human Rights, NPF, NPF fraud, Prime minister
New Finance Minister benefited from NPF tower fraud — 1 comment
Tags: corruption, Government, Michael Somare, NPF fraud, Prime minister
Michael Somare edits out O'Neill's culpability
Tags: corruption, Michael Somare, Prime minister
With O'Neill back as Minister for Finance we are all losers
Tags: corruption, NPF, Prime minister
O'Neill's appointment as Finance Minister a cruel joke from a corrupt government — 4 comments
Tags: corruption, Jimmy Maladina, NPF
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