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COUPLED WITH CORRUPT REGIMES, JULIUS CHAN STARTED THE DOWNFALL OF PNG ECONOMY

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 by DANIEL TULAPI LLB

In my one term of Member of parliament 1992 to 1997 , I , Daniel Bali Tulapi have stood up to Julius Chan ( PM) and foreigners when I was in NEC .

I was sacked by Prime Minister Chan as minister for standing up to him for "telling him what to do in NEC. "

I told PM Chan.. " I submitted a NEC policy to adopt the Saudi Arabia model of hard KINA policy and not to devalue the KINA at the world market currency trade market."

I told National Executive Council (NEC) cabinet not to listen to foreigners and foreign governments. " I said the Kutubu oil when exported will be paid for and purchased by USA our KINA not by USA Dollar.

That means and I said " K 1 = 3 USA Dollars. At that time K1 = 1.5 one Dollar 50 cents USA DOLLAR.

I said we PNG maintain hard KINA policy and adopt Saudi Arabia model of the Riyal currency of Saudi Arabia 1 riyal = 3 USA dollars.

Saudi Arabia was the largest oil exporter in the world at that time.…

PAYBACK AGAINST JULIUS CHAN - ANOTHER MEMBER OF THE OPPOSITION SHAMED BY THE PETER O'NEILL GOVERNMENT

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byJT SOLOMON
There is a very old PNG game that our MPs have played for many years. It involves one corrupt pollie calling another corrupt pollie corrupt without thinking. Then the pollie being accused shoots back and proclaims that the pollie who accused them is the corrupt one. They are also telling the truth. Suddenly both of them realise that the same shoe fits them both and if either one of them spills any more information about the bad things the other fellow did, the whole house of deception is likely to collapse and all the stories might come out. Then they both suffer. Suddenly all goes silent and the people of PNG remain in the dark. Just like the pollies want. We're wondering whether the same game has been played in the PNG sewers of power over the past few months. When Somare and Chan so strongly left the O'Neill government, the Prime Minister had some cutting words to give in reply. We've always heard that the PM is not above getting payback against those who c…

SANDLINE PERSONALITY JERRY SINGIROK, HERO OR ZERO?

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NIUGINI OUTLOOK

Before we hear any outcry from the loyalists screaming that Niugini Outlook is in the pay of this, that or the other politician, or that Niugini Outlook shouldn’t throw stones at glass houses because we probably live in one too, let us tirelessly and cheerfully address those complaints as follows. First, anyone bothering to look through the more than 1,500 posters and associated articles on our Facebook site knows very well that we pick on anyone who deserves to be picked on because of unethical or illegal actions as public personalities, especially those who are in jobs that are expected to serve the public interest. Yes, Peter O’Neill is an adulterer but Sam Basil is too and we’ve called them both out. Yes, Patrick Pruaitch is a major crook and so is Belden Namah. James Marape is a fraud and so is Don Poyle. We’ve called them all out.

What is our moral authority to call these people out, don’t we at Niugini Outlook also commit sins and live in our own glass houses, so …

The Germination and Spread of Corruption in Papua New Guinea: An Unfortunate Combination of Three Prime Ministers

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SUPREME COURT RULES AGAINST O’NEILL GOVERNMENT

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by BRYAN KRAMER

Full bench (5 Judges) of the Supreme Court chaired by the Chief Justice Salamo Injia has upheld former Ombudsman Commission Ila Geno and former Opposition Leader Belden Namah applications challenging the O’Neill Government’s amendments to Section 145 of Constitution relating to a motion of no confidence.

Section 145 of the Constitution provides Parliament the power to move a motion of no confidence to remove the Prime Minister; his entire Cabinet (Ministers) or any individual Government Minister. The provision or section sets out the strict procedure or criteria to invoke these powers; which includes the grace period to which a motion of no confidence is prohibited (restricted), notice period required and number of MP’s needed to endorse or sign the notice of motion before Parliament can consider it.

Before reporting the specific findings of the Supreme Court ruling I thought it appropriate to first provide some background context and history to help understand the issues…