MAJOR PROTEST & STRIKE PLANNED FOR TOMORROW (TUESDAY) IN POM
April 9 2012 at 2:11 PM No score for this post
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MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2012
MAJOR PROTEST PLANNED FOR TOMORROW
All Civil Society Groups will also meet today in a combined show of strenght to press upon Govt n Parliament to rescind its idiotic decision.
People of PNG vote once every 5 years which is their democratic right as enshrined in the Constitution.
It must not be taken away by power hungry politicians whom most will not be re-elected anyway..people's power must rise to re-claim what is justifiably their RIGHT to elect n DUMP leaders within the established time frame n not a day later.
Some of the questions to be asked tomorrow
Why is our PM. Peter "flip flop" O'Neill blatantly lying to the people of PNG?
Why did this govt pass Judicial Conduct Acts to control the judiciary?
Why is did this govt suspend Kirriwon and CJ on the very next sitting using JCA?
Why is this government hell bent on defferring the elections?
Why is this govt so hell bent in going against the advice of its own electoral commission?
Why does this govt have 7 police units controlling it?
Why do we hear the there is no money in the Finance and Planning Dept, possibly leading to widespread inflation just next month?
Why is the CJ under house arrest with two police units controlling different section of Tokara leading up to this house?
Why does this govt have blind ears when it comes to peoples wishes?
Why is the PM continuing to lie and decieve the people of PNG?
Why is this govt hell bent on holding onto power?
* Most of these questions cant be answered logically by the current govt!
*If they say anything-they are most likely trying to decieve thus leading me that something sinister not in the best interest of this nation is brewing!
*This govt needs to go, it has to step down because it cannot govern this nation on behalf of the people of PNG!
Governor General has already signed the writs for elections upon advise from the Electoral Commissioner A.Trawen. Elections are likely to go ahead despite the Parliament vote on Thursday. S105 requires absolute majority but only 63 voted in favour thus the motion to defer the elections has failed constitutionally.
Parliament Elect Prime Minister Peter "Flip Flop" O'Neill's media statement in EMTV last night about recalling Andrew Trawen to advise NEC is wrong. He has already advise NEC. We are good to go for elections. O'Neill is creating the confusion to get the military or police to side with them.
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