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Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 14 2007 at 8:31 PM
sineyal 

Can somebody provide the names of the candidates please?

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 14 2007, 10:06 PM 

Ask the good people at the electoral commission. The should have the latest updates or check their website which should by now be updated.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 15 2007, 12:24 AM 

If the citizens of that part of Simbu are very critical and wise, they should vote Dr. Musave Sinebare. He is a man of great calibre and integrity.


 
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negi

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 19 2007, 6:57 PM 

Why are academics like sinebare and waine trying to become politicians - in their current positions they contribute to the development of PNG in a very substantial way - them leaving their professions is a loss to the people - aspiring scientists and academics lose role models, there is a gap in the their role as human resource developer, influential peole like the two are the voice of conscience to leaders on behalf of the voiceless population. One does not need to be a politician to make a differenc in life (well that is if making a difference is the motive in the first place).

 
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Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 25 2007, 6:17 PM 



The people of Sinasine Yongomugl deserve a leader better then Jeffery Nape. Nape does not have a vision to lead and is not an articulate intellectual. His reasoning ability is below par and is shown by lack in managing his electoral well, let alone the parliament, which you all know.

It would a mistake to send him back in. The next 5 years is crucial for PNG to make or break with emerging world economy and we need brilliant leaders in parliament will make policy that will insulate a developing economy to grow and protect the interest of the people.

 
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sineyaltom

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 26 2007, 1:10 AM 

Musave Sinebare is the more credible one amongst the lot who are contesting the 2007 elections......

 
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Anon

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

July 28 2007, 9:54 PM 

Yu sapotim Musave Sinebare olsem em wanpla man tasol igat bikpela save. Lukim ol arapela man olsem Mathew Wela Kanua, em wonem? em wanpela strongpela leader long government bilong PNG too. Yu maski apim name bilong brata bilong yu tumas olgeta man-meri laik traim best blong ol na ol igo insait so yu shut up na lukluk tasol long husait bai win, for your info brata blong yu Musave ino move igo antap klostu long mark bilong win tu so yu sem na stap iiiiisss tasol.

trupla ailans

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 26 2007, 7:12 PM 

PNG needs credible leaders, especially academics like Waine and Sinebare to get into office and lead this country forward. We can't afford to send in some "hap paiawut" who can easily be manipulated by external forces that in the long run will be detrimental to this country, your province, your district and eventually you the voter.

Tingting na makim ol stretpela man olsem Sinebare na Waine tasol long dispela election.

 
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kas

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 26 2007, 10:03 PM 

But academics hardly ever demonstrate they have the ability to lead once they get into office. They get into office and they continue to philosophise just like they were doing in their own jobs, which means nothing gets done.

 
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kas

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 26 2007, 10:03 PM 

But academics hardly ever demonstrate they have the ability to lead once they get into office. They get into office and they continue to philosophise just like they were doing in their own jobs, which means nothing gets done.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 27 2007, 10:04 PM 

Yu Jim Kas, governor in waiting bilong madang o yu narapela kas?

 
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Anonymous

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May 27 2007, 10:06 PM 

Sapos yu no Jim Kas, em yu mas narapela bilong ol kas pes.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 26 2007, 7:19 PM 

To Negi

To be in the position held by the academics such as Sinebare, it becomes very frustrating when policies and decisions made by unqualified people in political circles do not contribute meaningfully to the progress of institutions, departments, etc within the executive arm of the government. Such defects can only be addressed if people of such high academic, professional and experienced civil servants are given the opportunity to make well balanced decisions for this country.

That is where people like Sinebare and Waine are required in the helms of politics to provide leadership and direction for the 5+ million people of PNG.

Votim kain man olsem Waine and Sinebare into Parliament this election session.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

May 27 2007, 10:10 PM 

Points expressed by Negi and Kas above are valid and so are the comments by annon. We need leaders who are well learned as well as very proactive.

Professor Waiko is a classical example of an academic who didnt know his political responsibility.

 
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Outsider

Sinasine Yog people, PNG is waiting on you

May 28 2007, 4:28 AM 

Sorry mi wanpla outsider na Barata blo ol mangi Sinasine,

Please do the nation a favour by putting in a qualitative leader. One who is properly and duly elected. And one who will do better than the sitting member.

Lukim candidate oli gat hanmak long ples, long family, long lotu, na save na inap balancim pasin blo bringim development long ol lain blo yumi long ples.

Papa God stap wantaim yupla.

 
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Anonymous

Academics As MPs

May 28 2007, 6:34 AM 

Any non-experienced, honest, proactive person who jumped into things, asked questions and figured out what was going on would be able to turn this country upside down in a good way.

It has nothing to do with academics or previous experience unless those people are, as you say, proactive. My sense of most PNG academics is that they are the opposite. They've earned their degrees and worked hard for it. Now they think the rest of their life they should be in positions like that of a figurehead - at the head of the table but doing nothing but smiling.

Even the academics being spoke of here are not actively involved in running their institutions and finding out problems. Instead they sit at the head of the table and mostly smile.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Sinesine Yongomugl candidates

June 27 2007, 1:45 PM 

yalkie,
click www.pngec.gov.pg

sineyal

 
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