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OLIPAC Decision delay

April 29 2010 at 12:15 AM
Concerned Citizen 

Wonder why the supreme court is delaying in handing down a decision on the OLIOPC case? Unusual, any one with info about this matter.

 
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Anonymous

Remember what John Numapo said when he left

April 29 2010, 7:32 AM 

The ex-chief magistrate said that PNG' JudiciarySystem is Politicised.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Remember what John Numapo said when he left

April 29 2010, 9:29 PM 

I agree the delay is causing alot of suspicion that perhaps the judiciary is politicised. We can only hope and pray that this is not the case.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Remember what John Numapo said when he left

May 1 2010, 3:24 PM 

OLIPAC has changed politics. Most MPs are now like robots and we now have created a dictatorship. Hope judges can see this.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Remember what John Numapo said when he left

May 11 2010, 6:52 AM 

The silence of the Supreme Court and the Judges on the OLIPAC decision is deafening. What's happening!!

 
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Anonymous

Re: Remember what John Numapo said when he left

May 11 2010, 4:16 PM 

I am hoping that the Court and Judges will soon hand down this decision. It will have a big impact on the politics of this nation one way or the other.

 
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Anonymous

Judges must hand down decision

May 12 2010, 9:48 PM 

People should arise, demonstrate and request that the court hand down its decision. This delay is becomming more and more suspicious on the part of the Judges.

 
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Anonymous

Re: Judges must hand down decision

May 20 2010, 4:41 PM 

What's happening chief justice?....what's the delay. Please explain to the people of PNG.

 
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