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Subject: Re: Don Polye has been stripped off his ministry!


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Kandepian Wane
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Date Posted: Sat, May 31 2008, 11:41:30pm
In reply to: Kandepian Wane 's message, "Re: Don Polye has been stripped off his ministry!" on Sat, May 31 2008, 08:08:43am

Guys,

I condemn such undemocratic act if it ever took place and intentionally.

The great difference is Don never consented to it or took part in person and supervised like lawyer Alfred Manase did for Upper Marient boxes and Kenneth Andrew for Wage boxes.

I doubt what the witnesses are saying is entirely true but there may have been isolated instances where it is not possible for Don to control all.

The fact is candidate Kenneth Andrew with the help of Governor Ipatas's Blue Ten Seater hijacked these very boxes the witness is claiming,which Kenneth unfortunately failed to complete his mission impossible.

Both of these candidates plus few others preplanned disruption of election in Kandep knowing too well they were not only going to lose but very badly.

And they were executing that as part of a bigger plan to jeorpadise Polye's chances of being the next successor had Chief Somare retired straight after the election.

But all miserabbly failed in their evil attempts and may be licking their wounds today.

I must remind those who are following this that if there was no distruption by these evil motivated people and a fair and free election for all wards conducted, Don would have scored 35,000 of 45,000 on count one alone.

Fearing and knowing this embarrassing situation was looming, the poor rackless candidates went on a hijacking spree to save their faces but mother nature still worked in favour of the appointed one.

A lawyer even forgot on that day that he supposed to uphold the law and show by examples at all time but now he will do some explanation to the judge and the court to justify his serious conducts and behaviours.

The rest of the fingers are pointing back at you or clean your own speck in the eye.

Remember the TRUTH of all truths will prevail at the end of all. That is, what would have transpired had everyone fairly and freely voted.

Fellows, you can try from all angles using what you know and what you have and can think of, Don will stand the test of time. He has done it so many times and will do it again and continue to rule and reign as he was born to.

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chicko
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Date Posted: Fri, Jun 13 2008, 01:15:28pm

Kandep polls a total failure, court is told

By JAMES APA GUMUNO
THE election manager for Enga province, Henry Kyakas told the Mt Hagen National Court yesterday he had concluded in 2007 that the general elections the Kandep elctorate, Enga province, was a failure.
Mr Kyakas told the court he had recommended to the Electoral Commission that the writ for Kandep Open be withdrawn and the election be declared a failure because half the votes were being disputed by candidates.
He said although he did not visit Kandep to assess the situation , he based his recommendation on petitions he received from candidates.
Mr Kyakas said Electoral Commissioner Andrew Trawen noted his recommendation and sent a team to Wabag which also inlcuded a lawyer and senior officer Boki Raga.
He said this team reported back to Mr Trawen that counting should go ahead.
When counting started, votes were counted at a faster rate than the other electorates, Mr Kyakas said.
He said Kandep district returning officer Naipat Keae declaredDon Polye the winner without having to go throught the elimination process.
The court case is between petitioner Alfred Manase and Works, Transport and Civil Aviation Minister and Kandep MP Don Polye.
Mr Manase is seeking to nullify Mr Polye’s election.
Mr Polye won with a landslide margin and is serving his second term in Parliament.
Mr Manase is alleging that there was widespread illegal acts by Mr Polye’s supporters and election officials. The trial is entering its seventh week.
Mr Kyakas said votes in eight ballot boxes were not counted when the winner was declared.
He said Mr Keae had claimed that these were hijacked boxes which contained tainted votes.
The trial continues today.

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