Re: Does PNG has the potential to revolt against corruption???April 1 2012 at 9:39 PM
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Response to Re: Does PNG has the potential to revolt against corruption???
Demonstrations and achievements are two different things. Lazy dog the bustard, list 1 or 2 bills government completely withdrew after the student demonstrations?
I am not against our students fighting now, they have my full support. But my only wish is too see the bill is taken out from the parliament's table and never to emerge again.
Except the Sandline crisis, which was supported by PNGDF, all the bills were passed after Student Power cool down. BTW, I'm a victim of early 1990s students demonstrations; cars were set on fire and the academic year was suspended, but at the end the MPs increased their benefits and the land mobilization bill was passed.
We must think of an effective way to shake the parliament.