I agree with some of your points. With due respect to Bire Kimisopa, whom I admire his God fearing leadership.
To produce quality leaders, one being a leader has to endure criticisms and challenges.
Also in good leaders, there are weaknesses that needed to be corrected and changed.
Also is that, it is very easy to make statements to attack argue over something of national or local importance but the most challenging task is to prove with action what some has proposed or stated in public.
So we must be very careful in the way leaders a re making statements. Lets have to see the genuiness of the statements the leaders make, the motives behind, the seriousness of the statements and from which angles they are coming from.
Papua New Guineans are good at making very very quick conclusions over situations or events or statements made by leaders without giving careful thoughts about the rational behind the issues being proposed.
Sometimes later, people realized that MPs and to be leaders have some hidden or personal motives in their argument and do not do it for the sack of the nation. Therefore, we need to be observants and carefully analyse the pros and cons of the statements leaders are debeating over them before we say something that is not logical and then realised that we were moved by emotions with any substantiative evidence at all.