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Subject: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


Author:
Chicko
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Date Posted: Tue, Dec 02 2008, 10:40:05am

For those interested, yesterday (1st Dec-08), a decision was handed down on whether the court of disputed returns should continue to trial with the presentation of the remaining 8 Electoral Commission (EC) witnesses or to dismiss the case based on the possible outcome of the results based on 8 ballot boxes excluded initially from counting.

The decision handed down by Judge Greg Lay confirmed that the case will proceed since there is sufficient grounds for the election petition to be successful. The EC Lawyer was asked to present the 8 witnesses in March-09 if it felt the decision will be affected by the 8 witness, otherwise, the witness presented by Alfred and Don is sufficient to determine the outcome of the election and that is definitely going to be a by-election.

Cheers,

Chicko
Mt Hagen.

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Author:
Ace (Polye’s case to resume)
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 05 2008, 02:52:26pm

Polye’s case to resume at later date
THE Mt Hagen National Court on Monday afternoon directed that the election petition trial between Kandep MP Don Polye and petitioner Alfred Manase be continued at a later date. The court also directed the parties before close of evidence to submit on whether a ground of the petition had been proven by the petitioner’s evidence and, if not proven, whether the petitioner could still succeed on the remaining grounds of the petition. The court remained concerned that issues that arose at the close of Mr Manase’s case had not been addressed, partly because the foreshadowed “no case” application indicated by the Electoral Commission had not materialised. The court said that before it embarked on the Electoral Commission’s case, which the counsel indicated to call up 23 witnesses, the court told the counsel to address the court on an issues in relation to the ground E1 of the petition, which alleged that eight ballot boxes were excluded from the counting by the district returning officer. Justice Gregory Lay concluded that it was open for a judge on his own motion to raise for argument by the parties, prior to the close of the evidence, the issues of whether an essential ground or grounds for voiding the election had been proven on the evidence adduced by the petitioner, and the consequences, which might flow from a finding that the ground or grounds were not proven. Justice Lay said that his other ground for the issue to be argued was to ensure that counsel had full opportunity to make submissions on behalf of the parties and the court was fully assisted before he made a ruling. He said that the other reason was that the Electoral Commission had earlier submitted that the determination of the issue might determine the whole petition.

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


Author:
Kandepian Wane
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 05 2008, 06:54:08pm

No one should be excited about this on going court battles at the expense of the people of Kandep and PNG. It benefits no one. May be handful at the pretex of doing it for the people even though it is one's right to seek justice in the courts.

The truth which is the wish of the people of Kandep spoken through the ballot papers will PREVAIL!

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


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Ace
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Date Posted: Sat, Dec 06 2008, 01:08:11pm

The ballot papers will never be recounted.

Straight to by-election...

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


Author:
Kandepian Wane
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Date Posted: Sat, Dec 06 2008, 09:23:52pm

Good Luck! if so.

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Author:
Ace
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Date Posted: Sun, Dec 07 2008, 11:10:47am

Thank you very much.

Ace
Kandep Turaon

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


Author:
kandepan
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 12 2008, 08:09:02pm

This time Don Polye will tell the people of Kandep that he could not provide services due to the pending court case. He will also tell the people that he could not pay them what he owes them and promise to give them more after the bye election and eventually will no commit to his promise. Polye will ask for more pig donations from the people and promise to payback just before the election. This is how Polye gains supports from false promisses.

Another Kandepan.

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[> Subject: Re: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


Author:
Kandepian Wane
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Date Posted: Sat, Dec 13 2008, 01:41:18pm

Bro, you must know that people love supporting good leadership just like American people did to Barack Obama. People of Kandep are not stupid and selfcentred like the so called greedy educated Kandepens are. That is why you are making all kinds of noise to no avail.
Remember,no one has put a bullet through someone's head to give to Don Polye but simply because they want to see Don Polye prevail. Can you simply agree with the majority instead of crying alone there.

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Author:
Ace
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Date Posted: Wed, Dec 17 2008, 08:44:13am

Kandep Wane,

We can not compare Barrack Obama because America does not know him yet...

Likewise, Kandep did NOT know Don Akim Pomb Polye in 2002 until Kandep realised that he nothing, yet reigns without a vote...

Ace

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[> [> Subject: Re: Don Polye vs Alfred Manase - Latest


Author:
Ruler
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Date Posted: Fri, Dec 26 2008, 06:36:14pm

Ace,

It is true Don reigns without a vote but how many did your friend score? The answer you have for this simple question remains and you will continue to seek opportunities here and there only to fail at the end.

If I were you, I would keep shut.

Ruler

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Author:
Wertlander
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Date Posted: Tue, Jan 20 2009, 04:20:11pm

Nobody is born to rule forever unless you come from the royalty heritage. A person with many faces and many surnames behaves in such ways to get maximal benefit in the most criminal ways possible.
I think sidekicks like you should not open you dirty mouth.
Wertlander

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