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CORRUPT, CRAZY AND DESPERATE O’NEILL’S FINGER PRINTS AT EVERY TURN

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CORRUPT PETER O’NEIL’S FINGER PRINT IN BANNING AUSTRALIAN LAWYERS, SACKING FRAUD SQAD OFFICERS AND NOW CHIEF MAGISTRATE ON O’NEIL’S SHOPPING LIST.


by YAKAN LEPAKAILI

Desperate and crook Peter O’Neil’s finger-print is evident banning Greg Egan and Terence Lombert, sacking Thomas Eluh and Timothy Gitua and now; Chief Magistrate Nerrie Eliakim is on O’Neil’s shopping list.

He tried to oust deputy Chief Justice, Justice Gibbs Salika but to no avail. Justice G. Salika was handling controversial Jimmy Maladina who is a close ally of O’Neil defrauding NPF in big time. When questioned in Parliament by Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare, Peter O’Neil pretended he had no knowledge about such a scheme to oust the Deputy Chief Justice and as always, with choice of words, he played down.

When will this madness of crook Peter O’Neill end? He is having tight grip on the top cop and next is the magisterial services. He has a surprise for PNG and don’t be alarmed for his next calculative move is to insti…

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…