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Date Posted: Thu, May 24 2007, 04:51:54pm

Kandep Open

1.Leo Limbao
2.Kunda Lea
3.Be Pepo - NGP
4.Michael Marabe
5.Jimson Sauk - People's Party
6.Buka Piri
7.Loya Luke Alfred Manase - United Party
8.James Tumbin Akalyanda
9.Herman Lyamugi Anep
10.India Rasta Pupukai
11.Win Amus Lian
12.Paul Itiogen Isaro
13.Peter Mision Yaki - PANGU
14.Philip Pamono
15.Kenneth Andrew Yonge
16.Lesly Mose Yaka
17.Don Pomb Polye - NA

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Date Posted: Mon, May 28 2007, 11:39:00am

viewpoints Monday 28th May , 2007


Don’t try to use vote-buying tactic in Kandep

I am writing in response to the front page and page 6 of Post-Courier of Wednesday May 9. I am from Kandep and proud of it.
The people are intelligent and can forecast what is going to happen today, tomorrow and beyond. They are not easily influenced by money or any forms of material goods.
If they know that any leader portrays a bad image, they can automatically dump them at any time.
So far in the political history, Kandep people have chosen right leaders like Nenk Pasul, Jimson Sauk and Danley Tindiwi who have set the precedent of good leadership. Since Independence and up until the 2002 national election, I haven’t seen any form of vote trading in Kandep.
The idea of vote trading is a foreign idea brought in from Timbai by a foreign leader who claimed to be from Kandep.
In fact, he was a wolf in sheeps clothing.
If he tries to apply his idea, it cannot work in Kandep.
If Mr Don Polye has seen any vote trading in his electorate, then he must have not delivered any services.
Just last Christmas he gave out a lot of money to the people, yet there was no impact project in the district.
This is a clear picture of vote trading which has been practised by Mr Polye which needs to be investigated by Ombudsman Commission.
The clear evidence of cult practice has been revealed on the front page of Post-Courier where people of Kandep have portrayed survival tactics.
The people see this and make a wise decision now to determine their future. Therefore I believe only the foolish people will accept vote trading and vote for Mr Polye again.

– Papen Konddai
Waigani, NCD

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[> Subject: Re: Kandep Open 2007 GE

Papen is a jealous
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Date Posted: Tue, May 29 2007, 05:47:27am

What is ur view on this? I say this is stupidly dump, does not deserve a PC or forum publication. I'm not a fan of
PP, but does not accept such nonsense as information.

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[> Subject: Re: Kandep Open 2007 GE

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Date Posted: Tue, May 29 2007, 10:05:34am

If this is what Kandepens think of their current sitting member, i hope they choose a better leader than Don Polye. I am a non Kandepen, but i have total respect for Don Polye as an Engan. He has achieved what others dreamt of achieving in their entire career as a politician.

He has and is the current Deputy Prime Minister. Even though i dont have any respect for his party, which is lead by a power hungry old man, i have total respect for a fellow Engan who has made it to the second highest political position in the land. Thats an achievement, dont you think? Every intending and sitting members dream is to become the Prime Minister or the Deputy Prime Minister but for a first time Politician to become the Deputy Prime Minister is an achievement that cant be washed under the carpet.

I am merely pointing out the facts, not campaigning for Don Polye. As a fellow Engan, i have total respect for him and i hope Kandep votes him back. He has shown Papua New Guinea, the kind of leaders Enga can produce. He is well educated, and a confident leader. I know there are well educated guys like Alfred Manaseh (Lawyer), Peter Mission (the two that come into mind, cause i was with them at Uni and know them personally), contesting for the seat, i believe Don Polye needs another chance because he has performed for Papua New Guinea. Sure enough, man on the ground in their electorate see no tangible benefits, if he did not provide any, but PNG has seen a great leader in Don Polye, and i hope Kandepens see the total picture rather than burrying their head in the sand.

Just few thoughts of mine, about a great Engan leader.. ballot papers will do the talking, so dont think i am trying to push Don Polye back in the second time around.

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Date Posted: Tue, May 29 2007, 12:07:56pm

Achieving a personal career dream as a politician is NOT the same as achieving the peoples dream by a politician. The current memeber fails in the latter.

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Date Posted: Tue, May 29 2007, 12:44:51pm

I totally agree spy.. thanks for sheding light..


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[> Subject: Polye next PM

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Date Posted: Wed, May 30 2007, 10:26:07am

(Viewpoint, Post Courier, May 30, 2007)

Polye next PM

As far as the people of Enga and Papua New Guinea are concerned, they want Don Polye to become the next Prime Minister. He is playing an equal and fair leadership role in his electorate and PNG as a whole. He has never paid people in his electorate to vote for him. I also appeal to those people with small brains who are criticising Mr Polye’s strategies to refrain. PNG is expecting Mr Polye to be back to become the Prime Minister. If you think you are capable enough to run this country and vote Mr Polye out, think twice.

– Towal Puakaip Moses,NCD

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Towal Emba Nakandeg
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Date Posted: Sat, Jun 09 2007, 02:33:14pm

Towal was the capital of Kambrip and it must be restored.

Towal has turned out to be a battle ground and Don Polye and Towal Puakaip Moses must do something to retore the pride of Kambrip.

If Polye can not do that then Towal Puakaip Moses is like all other lost Kambrips not knowing what he is doing and misleading himself, his family, and the Kambrip people.

Time will be his judge and Towal Puakaip Moses will regret it soon then later.

I need to be proven wrong if Towal Puakaip Moses and Polye are right through actions and not words and using the Towal and kambrip people for a ride.

-Towal Tange Nyaro-

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Informed Voter
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Date Posted: Wed, May 30 2007, 11:55:29am

That's a far fetched dream. Unless he has party of his own, he can be one. However, the current party he is under now (NA) is a SEPIK PARTY. The veteran Hon Bart Philemon was treated with contempt. What chances does Don Polye has of even becoming the Party Leader of NA? Let alone PM's post.

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