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Subject: Re: Karpa Yarka Leading Lagaip/Porgera


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inhuman
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Date Posted: Mon, Jul 30 2007, 03:34:55pm
In reply to: People's Party 's message, "Karpa Yarka Leading Lagaip/Porgera" on Fri, Jul 27 2007, 01:29:25pm

hi all, WHERE IS THE HELL-LOOSE HAD PLASTIC PARTY "PP" , the forum topic owner went? GOOD LUCK! PP! YOU ARE THE PRIME MINISTER OF SMALL AMERICA AT IRALYA? eh ehe eh eeheehh.

neway, congrats! philip kiakala for your win. We need such leaders of character and knowledge.

God bless Enga and PNG.

inhuman

mendokaine pambarane is my name, steven!

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[> Subject: Sir Michael assured of forming the next government


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Date Posted: Tue, Jul 31 2007, 11:02:14am

Sir Michael assured of forming the next government

PNG’s Electoral Commissioner Andrew Trawen is expected to name the National Alliance as the party to be invited to form government, when he visits the Governor-General later this week.


The National/ Pacnews
Mon, 30 Jul 2007

PORT MORESBY, PNG ---- Papua New Guinea (PNG)’s Prime Minister Sir Michael Somare will be the National Alliance(NA) party’s choice for prime minister when the party is invited to form government in two weeks time, reports The National

Party officials confirmed this yesterday, saying there should be no confusion about this. As of yesterday evening, the party secured 25 seats, outperforming all other parties, and bettering its 2002 record, when it won 19 seats.

PNG’s Electoral Commissioner Andrew Trawen is expected to name the National Alliance as the party to be invited to form government, when he visits the Governor-General later this week.

A group of NA Members are camping in Goroka, and are courting independents and other party officials.

They are believed to be the Highlands bloc, who may make a bid for the top job, including that of Speaker, which returned Sinasina/Yongomugl MP Jeffery Nape wants to retain.

NA party officials yesterday brushed aside confusing statements that a deputy leader bringing in more MPs-elect from his or her region would automatically be the party’s candidate for the prime minister’s post.

Spokesperson Betha Somare said this was not true and against the party constitution because the constitution stated clearly that the leadership issue must be dealt with when the council meets at the party convention.

Ms Somare said between now and the formation of government, it would be “unconstitutional”to bring up the leadership issue.

Soon after his victory in Wewak last Friday, Sir Michael said he was confident of leading NA to forming government, for the last time.

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