I heard a different story. Polye abused his status and NA Party resources at that time by hijacking most ballot boxes which were diverted to his 'akalyandas' where voting took place on behalf of the vast majority. The disciplined forces were bribed and hence his win was guaranteed. Sure, Manase might have done such a thing on a small scale but Polye took a mega-chunk from the cake of 'vote rigging' and 'corruption'.
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Date Posted:Mon, Mar 31 2008, 12:30:07am
As the saying goes, there are always 2 sides to a story but I believe there are always 3 sides to a story. In this case, Manase's, Polye's and of course the truth.
The court will hear both side's story and hopefully determine the truth. Let's just hope the result will reveal the truth and bring justice to those that have been wronged.
Date Posted:Tue, Apr 01 2008, 07:08:21pm
Your impression of what you heard from largely biased sources is misleading. Not at one stage did Polye order or orchestrate any thing to rig the election in Kandep. There may have been isolated instances of irregularities by individual supporters but Polye never got involved like Manase did himself, he did with a criminal intent.
You would know what I am saying if you are a true Kandepian and was there yourself during the time of election.
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