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  • WHO PM?
    • Nandis
      Posted May 4, 2012 10:37 AM

      Who is a right candidate for PM's post? Peter O'Neil, Belden Namah, Don Polye, Peter Ipatas, Andersen Agiru, Sir Somare, Sir Arnold Amet, Pius Wingti and Sam Abal?

      However most likey contentenders are O'Neil, Somare, Polye and Namah.

      Let's see these four men:

      O Neil> Sitting PM-Has done some good work initially like setting corruption investigating team, School fees subsidy. Bad part of him are dictatorial behaviours, unnecesarrilly attacking the judiciary, making a number of false statements on the floor of Parliament in relation election deferrals and passing of the Judicial Act, Public Demonstration agaim him and his government. Dragging the Election deferral and attacking the judiciary too much which is causing public outcry.
      The question is? Is he liked by the Public now? Are NC Party endorsed candidates likely to win?
      Peter O Neil's Party likely to be supported in the election field? Doubtful? If I were Peter I would go with the current of public view than going against it and getting drowned>

      Namah, he has the money now and able to endorse a lot of candidates. Would the public go for him after his behaviours and statements made so far. He wants to defer elections when the public at larges wants to have immediate election as scheduled. He and Peter have attacked the judiciary with no substance at all. PNG is an educated country and not everybody is stupid and ignorant. PNG has judged and is continuously judging to pass their judgment on the polling day. Namah has question mark?

      Somare was disliked by the people and may be including the Sepiks. However, due to ONeils and Namah's dragging him around and attacking the judiciary and deferring elections are causing people to have sympathy for Somare. We won't be surprised if sepiks put him into Parliament again. He still has the influence. He is sick and ageing but who knows, he might put his hand up again for PM's post. Who else is there to challenge him then?

      In the highlands, the Engans are aggressive but much more intelligent than the others and too they are some of the most sociable and likeable and easy going people and may be closer to the Simbu's characters.

      Polye has restrained himself on the current crises from saying or doing somthing that would have annoyed the public. The only dent he has is the implication in the Moti Report.

      Recently on 03/05/2012, Polye made a statement in the media that touched every heart of PNGean in supporting the election to go ahead on the 18th May, 2012. He is supporting the Electoral Commission and the people are happy. Would this happines affect favourablly Polye's "THE" party's endoresed candidates?

      Peter and Namah have started well but by their recent clownic behavours may be detrimental to either of them forming the next Government.

      The Ball is in Polye and Somare's court now for one of them to be the PM. For your comments please.



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