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Subject: Re: Enga is split between NA versus Others (including PP)!

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Date Posted: Fri, May 18 2007, 04:58:47pm
In reply to: KLagaipT3 's message, "Enga is split between NA versus Others (including PP)!" on Thu, May 17 2007, 12:21:20am


Thanks for the first-hand information. It quite opens our eyes who are faraway from home. I tot your dad (PK) was vying under PNG Party? Why NA? Just want to know although my first vote is for PK as a person and not as an NA candidate. I pray that NGP and PNG Party kick out NA!


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Date Posted: Fri, May 18 2007, 06:22:17pm


If you had experienced what I had, you wouldn't BELIEVE it!!! NA is well and truly ALIVE in Enga, especially among the common grassroots (from east to west)!! Forget about the NGP and PNG Party 'sweeteners' and hype about economic reforms and financial management! Every politician and party have their own hidden agendas and sins that they are so desperate to bury in the bid to discredit the government of the day. In PNG, this behavior is especially habitual on the advent of a national election!

New Generation Party is a "crying baby" with an emotional Bart Philemon trying so desperately to taint Somare and NA's reputation. He was kicked out for collaborating with Thaddeus Kambanei in embazzling millions into trust accounts for his so-called Jubilee University, Paraka Lawyers, and other discretionary payouts leading to the current inquisitions at Finance Department. PNG Party seems too weak and is getting destabilized as I speak. Most of its members have either defected to Pangu, NA or other parties. But honestly, it seems Pangu may form the next government under Sir Rabbie and you can be sure NA will join because both parties have a mutual agreement if either party proceeds (due to Sir Michael's bi-party affiliation).

If Enga is an indication of NA's popularity across the country, then it may be that the party will be destined to return. However, I'm hoping and praying for fresh, experienced and radical leaders like PK to form the next government so they may introduce and execute decisions that will change the course of NA's policy directions for the country.

(PS: We may be scholars and overseas critics with newfound views and textbook ideals, but the politics on the ground is a whole different ball game!!)

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