POLLIE CORRUPTION STORY OF THE DAYJune 19 2012 at 3:13 PM
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Today's story features one of the most corrupt of the 109, Mr JEFFEREY NAPE.
Today we are told that:
"The Ombudsman Commission has issued a directive to all governors, MPs, departmental heads, banks and respective joint district planning and budget priorities committees, not to use or entertain any District Support Grant during the election period."
But the Speaker of Parliament Jeffrey Nape has described their directive as illegal. He is calling on the Ombudsman Commission to withdraw their instructions on the DSIP.
He said the law has already been passed and certified last month by him.
"I have certified the law and I am calling on OC to withdraw their instructions because the law has been certified," he said.
[Violators of the DSIP funding use can be prosecuted either under the Leadership Code or under Section 23 of the Constitution which allows for sanctions that would attract imprisonment for jail terms not exceeding 10 years or fines not exceeding K10,000]
OBVIOUSLY NAPE IS DISHING OUT DSIP FUNDS RIGHT AND LEFT AS IF THEY'RE HIS CAMPAIGN MONIES. BUT HE WON'T BE PROSECUTED AND WON'T GO TO JAIL BECAUSE THIS IS PNG.
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Re: POLLIE CORRUPTION STORY OF THE DAY
|June 20 2012, 7:56 AM |
from today's National:
SHP provincial election steering committee chairman Dr Bravy Koensong said that election manager David Wakias would remain election manager despite allegations against him of smuggling ballot boxes.
They decided to let him continue in the position because the allegations were yet to be proven.
YET TO BE PROVEN?????? HARDLY ANY CORRUPTION IN PNG GETS PROSECUTED, THUS THERE IS HARDLY ANYONE CONVICTED, THUS HARDLY ANY CORRUPTION IS "PROVEN" IN PNG.
YET WE ARE #155 OUT OF 188 COUNTRIES IN OUR LEVEL OF CORRUPTION. HOW CAN THAT BE?
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