Oh no remember....the people wanted change...and the public were crying out for it were they not? hahaha the people spoke when our elected representatives voted 70-24 for peter peter kaukau eater- the lesser of 2 evils (somare or him) tough choice aye... tsk tsk tsk, its all history now. Court rules on validity on Oct 25th so will wait till then to c what happens. Until then, we have this clown in charge
O'Niel must have done something against you that is really hurting you so bad
that you are attacking him personally. Did he fark your wife/girlfriend?
Mate, all politicians are the same, if you got a better alternative than
justify your comments. Otherwise provide constructive criticism with evidence
before going on attacking O'Neil.
At least Somare the crook is gone. I think ONeil will make a better PM than
any other current MPs we have. He is trying to fix and fight against corruption
which I see is the improtant thing in our country right now. His involvement
with NPF is somthing that the court can decide, remember someone is innocent
until proven otherwise.
So conman, I suggest you go and challenge ONeil in 2012 election. Maybe you can
use your excuse that is a conman to buy votes.....amm..I wonder
Have the courts proven Somare guilty at any stage? Check your books and you will see nothing. He has not proven bad record as you might want to think. Your O'Neil is just waiting the change in government and he takes a hike up Bomana. He was just lucky Somare shelfed the NPF and Finance Inquires just to safguard his cronies including O'Neil. Unliken Somare Oneil's case is sitting there awaiting the right time. The Police Fraud squad is making progress towards his arrest he knows that thats why Wagambie has to go?
Both of you are up yourself. Why would the fraud squad all of a sudden
interested on trhe case of Peter O Neil, what so special about his case
and say Pais Wingti and the cayman Island or Somare and Moti affair?
There alot of things swept under the carpet mate. Let me tell you, we
are PNGuans are full of jealous, hatred and doesn't wanto someone to
be better than me type attitude. Peter O Neil was given mandate by parliament
on Agust 2 whether its illegal or not let the court decide.
Tell me your alternative Prime Minister candidate?...Election is around the
corner, why fighting over the PM post within short period of time. If you
are pished off with O Neil, go and challenge him in the coming election..
Otherwise be thankful that you've got a democratic govt of the day and not run by
a dictator like in Fiji.
All ... I am not excited just because we have a sweep team in place causing waves in all corners of the country. WE CAN BE HAPPY WHEN AN MP IS LOCKED AWAY IN BOMANA. Otherwise all this hype is political propaganda and Politician's way of paying back and giving hard time to the "boys on the other side of the fence" . They are misleading the public ...LOCK THE CROOKS and then we can say "YES" the government is against corruption. To do that, you need to be clean and if you are not, then like I said, its a political gimick and NO ONE WILL GET LOCKED BUT MORE TAX PAYERS MONEY BURNT ON THESE INVESTIGATIONS.
Dont want to see the Sweep team renamed to "Sweep under the Carpet" team.
LETS START BY LOCKING ONE MP UP AND MAKE THE PEOPLE OF PNG HAPPY.
The obvious reason is that there was a clear money trail in the case of O'Neill (Moti scandal didn't involve stealing) and there was a Commission of inquiry for NPF (unlike for Caiman islands accounts).
Yeah, I got something against O'Neill. I'm pissed off as a citizen of PNG that he stole money from NPF - ultimately, money from the people - to enrichen himself personally AND through legal maenuvering, not true innocence, he escaped justice. Yeah, I got a real big personal problem with Peter O-Neill, the kon artist.
Wad ever..you and Somare ( grand father) just get piss off!!!!.
like or not peopla want change..let O'Neil do it...he is uprooting some the corruptions by the previous,,let him,,u are snake in the grass that againsting,,
let him do it..whether Somare guilty of any thing or nothing at all,let O'Neil do it regardless of what ever bad reputations he has coz 6 Billion people want cahnge..you better piss off!!! no such posts again i warn you my man,,
U said O'Neil is con man coz of you and his personal problem..you better wash away your dirties in your God Given brain..your personal problem is not 6 Billion populations' problem..
You are to talk to him in a right protocol..not posting on the net as if this concerns every folks.
Whether you like or not..we want change so let him do it..you and your Grandfather Somare better leave for home now..i beleive this is not offense to you man,,
Wantoks, please comment on the news below. is it too early or right timing?
PNG, Solomons aim for greater integration
The National - Friday 07th October, 2011
By ISAAC NICHOLAS
PAPUA New Guinea and the Solomon Islands are championing moves for greater integration of the economies of the Melanesian Spearhead Group of countries.
Prime Minister Peter O誰eill and his Solomon Islands counterpart Danny Phillip met in Port Moresby yesterday and signed a joint communiqu髓 to remove all economic barriers and imposition of work permit requirements, labour mobility and trade restrictions, including tariffs, between the two nations.
The two leaders discussed and exchanged views on bilateral issues of mutual interest that included opening up shipping and air services to Bougainville, increased scholarship quota for Solomon Islands students and opening up teaching positions for surplus teachers from the Solomon Islands.
The Solomon Islands Prime Minister is on a three-day official visit.
Officials of the two Melanesian Spearhead nations will work to formalise the agreement soon.
O誰eill said PNG and the Solomon Islands would work to formalise similar agreements with the other MSG nations (Vanuatu and Fiji) and with other neighbouring Pacific nations outside of the Melanesian sub-region.
O誰eill said PNG and the Solomon Island were close neighbours with cultural links and the two countries would further enhance that relationship with increased development assistance to the Solomon Islands.
He said PNG would give the Solomon Islands K100 million as grant aid over the next five years to support its internal development programmes.
This is an increase of K80 million from the K20 million grant aid programme.
O誰eill said some of the grant would go towards the continuation of tertiary education grant assistance for Solomon Islands students studying at PNG universities and other tertiary institutions.
The Solomon Islands recently proposed to the PNG government to consider continuation of PNG痴 generous tertiary education grant assistance for its students studying in PNG when the existing programme of assistance expired at the end of this year.
O誰eill committed the PNG Government to continuing the grant for five more years.
The grant scheme to the Solomon Islands was initiated by former PNG prime minister, the late Sir William Skate in 1997.
The neighbours agreed to cooperate on joint border development programmes.
The programme will involve management and development of border posts at strategic points of the common border between the Autonomous Region of Bougainville and the outer islands of the Solomon Islands closest
The two leaders agreed to hold a joint meeting of their respective Cabinets in the ARB in early December.