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Date Posted: Thu, May 24 2007, 04:54:05pm

Laigaip Porgera Open
1. Jonathan Manggopei Paraia
2. Luke Kyokali Niap
3. Solo Pittard Pitta
4. Opis Papo
5.Peter Eki
6.Anton Aiyala Pakena
7.Arnold Yesu Kulina Mamuni
8.Waip Indiakali Godfrey
9.Joseph Waitea Kisakali
10.Philip Kapus Kikala - NA
11.Thompson G. Kulara
12.Samson Lapeta
13.Danley S. Kepol
14.Kopen Kupta Kongomane
15.Salas Jeffrey
16. Tenda Lau
17.James Mara
18.Samson Kai
19.Napi Kandaso
20.Mulapin Pipiu John Pawe
21.Wane Lete
22.Thomas Kapilin Malin
23.Clement Michael
24.Bill Kuala Nambawan
25.Robert Alembo Yalia
26.Tom Nakia
27. Kamen Pyaro
28.Kappa Yakka - Peoples Party
29.Sam Talepokali - PLP
30.Robert Mission Yawi Pati - United Party
31.David Peter Ezekiel
32. Tia Paul Pondo - PPP
33. Nixon Koeka Mangape
34.Jim Kandato Yaphalin
36. Anton Pepa Kaluni

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Date Posted: Mon, May 28 2007, 11:16:16am

What kind of public servant and potential MP is this?


News - Monday 28th May , 2007

Candidate still a public servant

A CANDIDATE is still working for a Government department contrary to Department of Personnel Management directives that public servants aspiring for public office resign six months before a general election.
Solo Pittard Pitta, currently the Office of Rural Development (ORD) regional manager for Highlands, is among 35 candidates vying for the Lagaip-Porgera open seat in Enga Province.
He was in his Waigani office when contacted by the Post-Courier on Friday to confirm if he was still a public servant.
“I am not responsible to the Post-Courier but the (Public Service) General Orders is very clear, I am only assisting while waiting for my finish pay. I have sought clearance from the Electoral Commission (and) I know what I am doing,” Mr Pitta said.

The Department of Personnel Management (DPM) in a circular to all government departments warned public servants to resign by October 31 2006 if they planned to contest.
The Ombudsman Commission echoed similar sentiments in January, though targeting chief executives and board members of statutory organisations, some of them public servants who sit on boards as ex-officio members.

“Compelling resignation prior to elections ensures that officers remain committed to the service prior to and during elections rather than conducting campaigns from government offices. It also prevents other candidates getting the impression of government sponsorship or support of such candidate when they are allowed to continue to occupy public office,” the commission said.
Mr Pitta urged this newspaper not to write a story on the issue and warned that he would be personally offended if his name was published.

“You can generalise but I don’t want to see my name in the Post-Courier,” he said.


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