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Subject: With Bones & Brain Not Stomach


Author:
Daniel Don Kapi (Will lift the Game.)
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Date Posted: Thu, Apr 12 2007, 07:33:43pm

On be half of some smart people its our turn to think wisely and make discisions on whom to vote. We want people who can not think of themselves and their family alone, just like stomach grower, also we want people who can do something for every people to benefit from it and reminds the mark for others to see and not throwing money into beer, women, and to good wishpers. DK NO house, himself and his people only crying for the people, if you are from Enag see what he did during his last 18 months bridges & roads. NM

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larsen
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Date Posted: Sat, Jul 19 2008, 05:13:52pm

the legacy still burns, i presume, uncle sam puts on a show. would the nec meeting in enga by uncle sam or ipatas.

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Kambi
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Date Posted: Tue, Jul 22 2008, 11:12:39pm

Larsen,

I see no value in digging up treads from 2007. Not interested

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larsen
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Date Posted: Wed, Jul 23 2008, 01:32:06am

the message was brought into play from a leaf that was behind eight others: played in the graveyard plainly.

the essence of the message is a distaste as you've labelled if it is viewed as it looks. however, a little peek over the edge provoked its resurrection.

hope this term is uncle sam's second; have sat in talks with uncle sam a couple of times(one was on the rehabilitation of sopas hospital since closure = determining his position), dined togther once.

too much for the wrong page.

neither DK nor uncle sam but an ENGAN

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[> Subject: "Man Behind the Scene"


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Date Posted: Sat, Aug 02 2008, 06:53:02pm

The National
Friday August 01, 2008

[BEHIND THE SCENE]

Parties in merger talks
PANGU Pati, the country’s oldest party, is in merger talks with the ruling National Alliance party.
Political insiders told The National that people connected with Pangu and advisers to Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare have been meeting to work out the best way for this to occur.
The backroom organisers involved in the talks have not involved party leaders at this stage.
Pangu Pati leader Andrew Kumbakor, who is Housing Minister, was aware of the meetings.
He has instructed his officials to monitor the progress and see how it pans out, but expressed concern that supporters of the party nationwide might be opposed to the idea.
Mr Kumbakor joined the party after winning back his Nuku seat in the 2007 general election.
He was previously a member of the People’s Democratic Movement when it was led by Sir Mekere Morauta, who is now leader of the PNG Party.
The five Pangu MPs who won seats after the general elections voted Mr Kumbakor as leader of the party. The others are Minister for State Philemon Embel, Kavieng MP Martin Aini, Deputy Speaker Francis Marus, and Goroka MP Thompson Harokaqveh.
An insider aware of the moves said Pangu and National Alliance had similar leadership structure, constitution and policies, so it made political sense to merge.
“Pangu can operate as an affiliate of NA now until a full merger occurs down the track. There are provisions for that. But this has to happen in conjunction with the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties,” the insider said.
But former Wabag MP Daniel Kapi, one of the oldest members of Pangu Pati, rejected the idea.
“Pangu is not a rag for anyone to use when it is convenient for them.
“Pangu does not belong to any one person.
“Pangu is part of the political structure of this country, and a merger was not on the cards,” Mr Kapi, who joined the party in 1977, said.
“If a merger is to happen, that will be decided by the national convention.
“Not even the parliamentary caucus or some adviser to the Prime Minister trying to justify his wages can decide that,” Mr Kapi said.
Pangu was formed and led into independence by Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare.
He was forced out of Pangu Pati in the early 1990s, and launched the National Alliance party.
A political commentator, who asked not to be named, said Pangu had assets and business interests whose ownership had to be determined in a merger.
“It’s not just a group of people coming around one conference table. There’s a little more to it,” the commentator said.

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