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Subject: Re: Polye versus Manase, what is the news?


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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 31 2008, 11:51:55am
In reply to: Wertlander 's message, "Polye versus Manase, what is the news?" on Mon, Oct 27 2008, 07:02:39pm

Wertlander,

FYI, Don has filed an application to recount the 9 boxes that were allegedly for Mr Manase and weren't included in the counting. This was never part of Manase's original petition so they've done a submission on that application and a decision will be handed down on the 3rd of December. After that, the case will proceed, probably towards a final submission on the petition.

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Date Posted: Fri, Oct 31 2008, 06:34:05pm

Don Poyle is minister for transport some years and yet ridiculed his own ministry which does not sound better.

Has Don Poyle been sleeping for the past years he has been a member and minister for transport?
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Polye blasts ‘poor’ service
MINISTER for Transport, Works and Civil Aviation, Don Polye has described land transport services currently being provided in the country as “substandard and poor”.
And while these deficiencies were known to him more than five years ago, he admitted he did not give it the attention he intended to until this year.
Mr Polye told a stakeholder meeting in Port Moresby yesterday that because PNG’s land transport system had not been given the recognition it deserved, there had been a drop in the level of service provided to the public, businesses, people and overseas visitors.
However, he was adamant on seeing this trend reversed throughout this year.
He is determined to focus his attention on improvements to the road transport system, starting with the National Capital District.
To achieve this, Mr Polye has tasked a working committee comprising members of his staff and transport regulators to come up with a plan.

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