Vote all you want, citizens. YOU aren't determining the outcomes of THIS electionJune 12 2012 at 6:51 PM
Even the PC is too frightened to name the groups who are going to fix this election to the candidates we like. Yeah police inow about. 1 plot ONE PLOT.There heaps of backup plots. Those who are smart and crafty will form the next government not those who are honest and STUUUUUUPID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AINT NOBODY GONNA BE ARRESTED FOR THIS CUZ MONEY TALKS LOUDEST!!!
Tuesday 12th June, 2012
Soldiers on alert
By ALEXANDER NARA in Mount Hagen
DEFENCE Force soldiers, Police and Correctional officers on election security duties in the Highlands are on high alert following intelligence reports that certain political factions plan to bribe security personnel in order to get their candidates to win.
According to the Civil Military Cooperation Team which is part of the PNGDF 2012 National Election Joint Task Force, military intelligence has confirmed that “certain heavily funded factions in the Highlands region have travelled into Port Moresby with large sums of money to bribe Security Forces personnel to purchase sets of military, police and CS uniforms”.
Joint Task Force commander for the Highlands region, Lt Col Ezekia Wenzel, confirmed this at a press conference at Flyers Inn at Kagamuga airport yesterday, adding his men are working around the clock to prevent this illegal operation.
He said military intelligence uncovered the plot a few weeks ago and his men are closely monitoring the situation with orders to assess, scrutinise and tighten up on every access point into the Highlands region.
“The factions are known and all access from Port Moresby and other known suspected centers into the Highlands region are under critical surveillance and Security Forces have blocked off every access and are keeping a close eye on all movements,” Col Wenzel said.
He said the plan was for people who belonged to these factions to dress themselves in the stolen uniforms and impersonate election security personnel during the polling period and escorts of ballot boxes from polling locations to authorise safe destinations.
Col Wenzel warned the people involved that his men who have been deployed to assist the police to provide security know their jobs and will “track down any illegal moves that will disturb a free, fair and safe election”.
He said polling in the Highlands region begins in 10 days time and election security commanders and their men will not tolerate any such unacceptable, disturbing and illegal moves. The majority of Highlanders are peace loving people but many women and children have suffered for years as a result of such illegal activities by selfish individuals motivated by self-interest and the Security Forces are ready to stop them, Col Wenzel said.
He again warned candidates not to bribe security personnel or voters and anyone found doing so would be arrested and charged. Esa’ala MP Moses Malandina, Chief Secretary Manasupe Zurenuoc, Police Commissioner Tom Kulunga and PNGDF Commander Brig Gen Francis Agwi jointly launched NATEL 2012 in Mount Hagen on Friday.
Col Wenzel said all election security personnel are now out in full force to ensure that the people cast their votes safely.
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