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O’Neill breaks another promise as Parliament votes to delay elections

Emmanuel Narokobi

Our Parliament has now delayed our elections by 6 months. So return of the writs should be around October and our new Government should roll in around the new year of 2013.

Dame Kidu seems to agree but says that only 2 months should be necessary.

So yes we are all confused and we are all disheartened.

PNG Blogs

Wake Goi has recommended to Parliament that elections be deferred after giving a shortfall of K60M, incomplete preliminary rolls for inspection, security not in order. He is recommending for a delay of 6 months. Parliament has voted in favour, 63 -yes, 11 -no.

Complete morans, they had 5 years to prepare and now they have failed the people of PNG.

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  1. April 8, 2012 at 12:47 pm

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