Thursday, 24 September 2009 9:17 PM

Political parties Integrity Bill

Dear editor,

Regarding the PNG's political parties and candidates integrity Bill, Sir Michael likened himself to a crocodile watching its prey in his PNG's 34th independence speech in his home province of sepik, refering to Sir Mekere's leadership initiative to come with such a Bill and successfully got PNG's Parliament approval.

He rediculed Sir Mekere as a victim of his own making in not being able to successfully move a motion of no confidence against him, not to mention his inability to form government after the Bill was introduced. In fact Sir Michael was saying that the Bill made him grip firmly to power whether he's popular or not. Sir Michael cleverly supported the Bill at the first place because he knew very well what was in it for him. In our case, since ours was copy and paste from PNG's I guess there are many crocodiles watching and anticipating that moment.

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