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PARAKA IS PROTECTED SPECIES ASK LUPARI WHO GOT K3.7 MILLION THOUGH PARAKA LAWYERS.

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by JACOB YAMBU

AS LONG AS ISAAC LUPARI IS CHIEF SECRETARY, PAUL PARAKA WILL BE PAID, THEY GO WAY BACK, JAMES MARAPE CAN BE A LOUD MOUTH AS LONG AS HE WANTS, BUT BY GETTING ISAAC LUPARI IN AS CHIEF SECRETARY PARAKA HAS ALREADY ACHIEVED WHAT HE SET TO ATTAIN, MARAPE IS JUST A POLITICAL FIGURE HEAD, HE CANT BE EVERYWHERE ALL THE TIME, BY HOOK OR CROOK, WHEN YOU HAVE A CROOK SITTING IN AS CHIEF SECRETARY HE WILL HAVE HIS WAY.


Prime Minister Peter O’Neill likes to talk tough about cracking down on corruption but his own Chief Secretary was recommended for prosecution in the Finance Department Commission of Inquiry report for fraudulently claiming K3.7 million as part of the Paraka Scams which have cost PNG hundreds of million…

Former Ambassador to the European Union, Departmental Head and now Chief Secretary, Isaac Lupari stole K3.7 million from the people of PNG through false claims for breach of contract according to the findings of the Commission of Inquiry into the Finance Depa…

SITTING TIME BOMB

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MORAUTA Haus, which houses the office of the prime minister, was under siege yesterday as ex-servicemen and their families converge on the government office, demanding that they be paid their outstanding entitlements. The National reports,

Although the protest was peaceful, the amount of tension and frustration made it potentially explosive, especially as this was timed to coincide with an NGO-organised anti-government rally which police had called off early this week. But, there were reports of violence and looting in other towns, including Goroka. Disgruntled former members of the PNG Defence Force and their families barricaded the building, preventing workers from the offices of the prime minister and NEC and the Department of Personnel Management from leaving.
Police had to be called in to enforce order before the Minister for Public Service and Finance and Treasury, Peter O’Neill, met the ex-servicemen and promised more talks with them next Tuesday at Murray Barracks. O’Neill was ac…

SITTING TIME BOMB

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MORAUTA Haus, which houses the office of the prime minister, was under siege yesterday as ex-servicemen and their families converge on the government office, demanding that they be paid their outstanding entitlements. The National reports,

Although the protest was peaceful, the amount of tension and frustration made it potentially explosive, especially as this was timed to coincide with an NGO-organised anti-government rally which police had called off early this week. But, there were reports of violence and looting in other towns, including Goroka. Disgruntled former members of the PNG Defence Force and their families barricaded the building, preventing workers from the offices of the prime minister and NEC and the Department of Personnel Management from leaving.
Police had to be called in to enforce order before the Minister for Public Service and Finance and Treasury, Peter O’Neill, met the ex-servicemen and promised more talks with them next Tuesday at Murray Barracks. O’Neill was ac…

BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION UNDERMINES ANTI-CORRUPTION FIGHT

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PNGEXPOSED

The British High Commission in Papua New Guinea has undermined the fight against corruption in the Pacific island nation by sharing an anti-corruption stage with National Provident Fund fraudster Peter O’Neill. British High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea, David Dunn, said the UK government was pleased to be able to share the stage with Finance Minister O’Neill and endorse his efforts to steal from the people of PNG.
Peter O’Neill was implicated in major fraud by the Commission of Inquiry into the National Provident Fund and recommended for prosecution. He now provides concrete advice, best practice and support to more than 100 like minded leaders who have decided to profit from corruption.
“Ensuring that the PNG government is un-transparent, unfair and an unequal playing field is critical for the future development of corruption,” said David Dunn.
Supporting known criminals is also the new policy of BACA, a coalition of the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce (POMCCI), the Britis…

BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION UNDERMINES ANTI-CORRUPTION FIGHT

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PNGEXPOSED

The British High Commission in Papua New Guinea has undermined the fight against corruption in the Pacific island nation by sharing an anti-corruption stage with National Provident Fund fraudster Peter O’Neill. British High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea, David Dunn, said the UK government was pleased to be able to share the stage with Finance Minister O’Neill and endorse his efforts to steal from the people of PNG.
Peter O’Neill was implicated in major fraud by the Commission of Inquiry into the National Provident Fund and recommended for prosecution. He now provides concrete advice, best practice and support to more than 100 like minded leaders who have decided to profit from corruption.
“Ensuring that the PNG government is un-transparent, unfair and an unequal playing field is critical for the future development of corruption,” said David Dunn.
Supporting known criminals is also the new policy of BACA, a coalition of the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce (POMCCI), the Britis…