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ARTHUR MABIRIA HAS COMPLETED DESTROYING UNITECH SRC

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SRC PRESIDENT AND MINING ENGINEERING STUDENT RICHARD ARTHUR MABIRIA HAS COMPLETED DESTROYING UNITECH SRC REPUTATION FOR FIGHTING CORRUPTION.   MABIRIA ORGANISED STUDENT MAFIA PLANS TO TAKE CONTROL IN THIS WEEK'S OCTOBER SRC ELECTION

INTRODUCTORY NOTE BY PNG BLOGS:  

More than a month ago we started getting urgent messages on PNG Blogs Facebook from some final year students at Papua New Guinea University of Technology. They reported that their Student Representative Council (SRC) had transformed from an outstanding national role model for justice during the Unitech Saga to a non-transparent group lacking financial accountability and strangely opposite of last year's SRC in fighting government actions that hurt the university.  We were begged to warn others nationwide and this we did, putting up postings on PNG Blogs Facebook page.  We always believe in promoting transparency in governance.   Now we hear that the predicted corruption has taken place as detailed in the student'…

SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST MARAPE AND PM'S APPEAL

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Supreme Court today dismissed the appeal by Minister of Finance James Marape challenging an earlier decision allowing Director of National Fraud & Anti-Corruption join the Supreme Court proceedings that issued a interim injunction against Marape and Prime Minister's arrest.

Marape's appeal to remove Damaru and Gitua was supported by the Prime Minister, Commissioner of Police and Attorney General and Paraka Lawyers. Damaru and Gitua were granted leave (permission) in March 2015 by Supreme Court Judge Terrence Higgins.

Supreme Court proceedings were initiated by Marape challenging an earlier decision by the National Court in July 2014 refusing Prime Minister and Marape's application seeking an interim stay order from the Court preventing Police from arresting them in relation to fraudulent payments to Paraka Lawyers.

After filing the SC proceedings Marape and Prime Minister then moved a further application asking SC to stay their arrest until the SC determines their appeal …

O’NEILL GOVERNMENT ISSUES TRAVEL BAN AGAINST FRAUD SQUAD LAWYERS

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by BRYAN KRAMER

PNG Chief Migration Officer(CMO) Mataio Rabura has issued a travel ban against National Fraud & Anti-Corruption Directorate Australian based lawyers Greg Egan and Terence Lambert from travelling into PNG.

Mr. Rabura issued the directive on 8th September 2015 to all International Airlines and PNG Provincial Border Posts directing them not to uplift Egan or his junior Counsel Lambert to enter PNG. The notice stated in no circumstances are they permitted to allow Egan and Lambert into PNG and failure to comply with the instructions may result in a penalty fee imposed onthe airline.

Egan an Australian Lawyer has been practicing law in PNG since 1988 he is currently briefed out by Jema Lawyers to act for Director of National Fraud & Anti-corruption Directorate Mathew Damaru and his Deputy Timothy Gitua in a number of National and Supreme Court cases relating to the warrant of arrest against the Prime Minister. He also acts for Task Force Sweep Chairman Sam Koim chal…

PNG ON THE BRINK OF GREEK TYPE ECONOMIC COLLAPSE

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INSIDE INFORMATION By Carl of BPNG and Pat of Treasury Department

Peter O’Neill, Patrick Pruaitch, James Marape, and Loi Bakani have not told Papua New Guineans the real causes of our economic crises and the effects that should be expected.  

PNG’s economic crisis is far worse than what it appears and we are dumbfounded by the silence of the people in the know. Learned Papua New Guineans continue to zip their mouths and eyes whilst Prime Minister Peter O’Neill continue to peddle his lies across our simple minds. Two of us have compiled this report together for the love of our country. Most of these information are already available to the public. We hope that all equally concerned Papua New Guineans will be enlightened by this article, for an enlightened citizenry never remain silent.

We have four interconnected yet separate problems on hand at the moment: Government Coffers without Money Bank of Papua New Guinea without Sufficient Foreign Reserves (Forex) Extremely High National Debts Defic…

HOW MANY WARNINGS CAME OUT THROUGH PNGBLOGS TO TRY AND AVOID THIS CATASTROPHE?

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by JACK G WAUGLE

Peter O'Neill and his out of control government have been running what has been a functional dictatorship.  There is no opposition and nearly all the MPs we elected proved to be docile puppets who spoke not a word of protest or concern, so focused were they on getting their DSIP and other development monies from the PM which in turn, was what they reckoned was their key to getting re-elected.  Hardly ever did nationalism come first or concern for PNG.  There were warnings after warnings about the out of control, loan fuelled infrastructure building for the Pacific games especially, a gigantic waste of money that all has to be paid back with interest.  Made all the more wasteful because of the built in kickbacks to Tom, Dick, Harry, and oftentimes the Chinese themselves. 
So many people on the social media just didn't get it.  Maybe the warnings of pending doom all looked like a dreamland, but again and again the evidence was presented:  a blow-o…

PNG Politics is Unpredictable

TUNGUBE IGINI

AFTER adjourning parliament, the government thought it would be safe to continue until 2012. But PNG is the land of the unexpected and its politics is unpredictable.  The URP and NA marriage is cracking after James Marape was appointed Hela Transitional Authority (HTA) chairman.
It was bitter for Governor Anderson Agiru, who just returned from New York after delivering the gas agreement. With Sir Puka Temu out of the way, Sir Michael Somare will now have to contend with Agiru. With that in mind, two things may happen. NA must now accommodate URP’s demands or face a vote of no-confidence.
Either way, it will be costly for NA. Whatever happens, the Hela people and the LNG project proponents will feel the impact and Agiru and Sir Michael must know that good things like the Hela gas comes from God. Corruption, hijacking and manipulation are not God’s ways and rewards. Hela sons Agiru and Marape must put Hela’s interest first before politics.
The proposed province and Hela gas is ou…

PNG Politics is Unpredictable

TUNGUBE IGINI

AFTER adjourning parliament, the government thought it would be safe to continue until 2012. But PNG is the land of the unexpected and its politics is unpredictable.  The URP and NA marriage is cracking after James Marape was appointed Hela Transitional Authority (HTA) chairman.
It was bitter for Governor Anderson Agiru, who just returned from New York after delivering the gas agreement. With Sir Puka Temu out of the way, Sir Michael Somare will now have to contend with Agiru. With that in mind, two things may happen. NA must now accommodate URP’s demands or face a vote of no-confidence.
Either way, it will be costly for NA. Whatever happens, the Hela people and the LNG project proponents will feel the impact and Agiru and Sir Michael must know that good things like the Hela gas comes from God. Corruption, hijacking and manipulation are not God’s ways and rewards. Hela sons Agiru and Marape must put Hela’s interest first before politics.
The proposed province and Hela gas is ou…