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Subject: Re: Who is coming home after 2007 Elections?


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Naro
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Date Posted: Thu, Mar 08 2007, 04:19:56pm
In reply to: Guess Tasol 's message, "Who is coming home after 2007 Elections?" on Thu, Mar 01 2007, 07:31:02am

MRutx..you may be right! I will vote for PK has he falls into my personal criteria of voting for MPs although there are some concerns when he was the National Planning Secretary and the recent National Housing outburst. There are no potential candidate in Laiagam who has the credentials of a true leader that we dream of...likewise for Enga. What I meant was: in previous elections, Laigaip/Porgera Open seat has lured in more candidates than any other electorates in the country, and if my personal statistics are right, most of the contestants were from Sirunki, Upper Laigaip and Middle Laigaip where PK hails from. I am sure the same trend will apply this GE. And that is why, I am predicting either Opis or any hot candidate in the Porgera and Paiala area will come as the winner.

Overall, my vote is for PK as there is no other better candidate in Laigaip that can win my vote in terms of knowledge and experience at management level. I am sure he will clear any doubts we have on him when he becomes our MP. By the way, what party banner is he vying under...is it PNG Party? He is a Sir Mek stronghold.

Ta,
Naro

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Author:
New Blood
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 09 2007, 09:21:54am

Good to hear 'Naro' talking about a selection criteria?

Much as been said about our potential MP's from Enga or the so called 'MP's in waiting' but what criteria did you use to do your predictions?

How about coming up with some selection criteria before you hand pick a bunch of your wantoks or wanpeles to win each seat and to come home, quite opposite to the way likeminded professional elites should be thinking?

See if this helps. In order to indentify and select the BEST candidate, you do a shortlist from the available candidates. To do the shortlist, you need to have a tested checklist derived from the job description or duty statement, in this case to suit the MP's post.

Only then, you will be in a better position to investigate, assess or screen the available candidates to complete your elimination process and ofcourse select your best candidate.

Whats so hard about fielding 6 MP's from Enga who are all professionals that meet the following minimum requirements;


1. Education - Minimum Degree from any necognised University
2. Experience - Minimum ten years or more. Preferably, five years in senior management. Possess good management and leadership qualities.
3. Personal Attributes - Honest, trustworthy, no criminal records, good communication skills, teamwork, Good People management skills, Good Financial management skills, recognised by respective tribes as their own, Married to only one wife, etc.
4. etc.

It will never happen but wish professionals had a say.

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Author:
Miok Rutz
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Date Posted: Fri, Mar 09 2007, 11:27:27am

Naro

From particular sources, I understand PK could run as an independent at first and then possibly join a major party in the aftermath of the election. This off course, is a wise decision considering the possible fall-out of particular parties doomed in the 2007 national election. In PNG, avoiding petty party politics is wise, so as to ensure smooth administration of EDF funds without undue manipulation on the part of government.

However, I heard NA and PNG Party are hotly behind his heels in their bid to recruit him. The decision, off course, lies with him and for the best interest of the electorate.

Cheers!

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