Peter donigi is fighting a battle for the whole of papua new guinea regarding landownership titles.
the government is still using pre independent australian laws that discriminate landowners.
Peter donigi knows what is happening and what he is doing.
He is the man he is doing the right thing. I only wish there were many like him.
the learned foremer chief justice sir arnold amet was wrong to personally attack him. Arnold amet kam long space oh?? or from another country???He himself and everyone in PNG are papa grauns.
me mangi tari na me gat bigpla wanbel na respect long man ya.Peter Donigi Em trupla leader stret.
the Helas should support : Papa-Mama Graun Party - 2012
April 22 2011, 2:01 PM
The Helas should support Papa-Mama Graun Party in the coming 2012 election. The deputy leader of the party comes from Hela region. Any candidates that will be fielded by Papa-Mama Graun Party should be supported.
Forget Anderson Aigiru's PNG People's Resource Party. His party has lost sight and track of not dealing fairly in addressing and protecting the interest of the resource owners in the Hela Region.
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I understand that many of us have titles to our lands. 97% of the land in PNG is customary under the nations constitution which is has good and bad sides to it.
As a resource rich country, many of the riches laid unexploited and their economic potentials remain under estimated. Land owners can make use of their lands but i believe that the state can make even bigger use of the lands to build a strong nation as a whole.
Personally, i think that holding the land back from the state is slowing the development and growth of this nation.
Instead of fighting off your government hence denying development, compromise the land for the nation. PNG is listed amongst the most rural, highly illiterate and the least developed countries in the world. Let's start to think seriously of how we want our nation to go from here.