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WHY POLYE MATTERS IN PNG POLITICS, NATIONAL ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT?

COMMENTARY EDITORIAL

WHY POLYE MATTERS IN PNG POLITICS, NATIONAL ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT?

Hon. DON POMB POLYE KNOWS WHAT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MEANS – HE IS A REAL ECONOMIST.

Not have we only acclaimed Kandep MP and THE Party founder, Hon. Don Pomb Laniarta Polye for his QUALITY DECSISIONS SUPPORTED BY HIS ACTIONS on cash flow and economic management but by his quality decisions and actions on infrastructure development.


1. His decisions on UBS loan, APEC Summit, 2015 South Pacific Game or the two Israeli generator decisions and many other economic ,financial and infrastructure decisions did he make and actioned upon which we all now see as TOTALLY CORRECT.

THE LEADER WAS WISE BEFORE THE INCIDENT, A QUALITY THAT ONLY THE MOST WISEST AND THE MOST TALENTED LEADERS HAVE. ( Almost all PNG leaders do not even come near that qualification of a great leadership).

Below is a piece of TRUTH by Mr Jimmy Gomoga of National Weather Service who has written to highlight the truth for what DON POMB LANIARTA POLYE is:

The upgrade and development of the airports around the country was planned, supported and submission by (Hon) Don Polye 12 years ago. NEC approved the submission in December 2009.

PNG Government in partnership with ADB and other development partners have delivered the development of the airports under the Civil Aviation Development Investment Program (CADIP) Phase 1.

The program involved upgrading and rehabilitation of airports identified under phase 1: (i) Wewak, (ii) Hoskins, (iii) Gurney, (iv) Mt. Hagen, and (v) Jackson’s domestic airport. The first tranche financed the following under phase 1: (i) Improvements in pavements and fencing identified as requiring emergency works to comply with ICAO safety and security standards; (ii) Support for (a) engineering design, preparation of bid documents, and procurement by the NAC; and (b) preparation by the NAC of investment proposals for subsequent projects and tranches for ADB approval; and (iii) Consulting services to NAC for the supervision of (a) airport improvement contracts for the five phase 1 airports, and (b) long-term maintenance contracts for these five airports.

 

In addition to the five airports, two others (Kavieng and Goroka) will have new security fences installed. Momote airport was not in the original plan but got into phase 1 through Government’s aspiration to build the Economic Hub in Manus Province. The Momote airport will be able to cater for both domestic and international flights. Phase 2 will see Service Delivery Agencies who provide products and services to the Aviation Industry, including rural airports upgraded.

The question is what can Western Province offer to the nation and the world? The greatest challenge for us now is to identify the untapped potential that could bring in much needed development in the province and have it tabled in Parliament. The current project arrangements for extractive industries and logging are not economically beneficial and should be reviewed said Mr Gomoga.

CONCLUSION

We have come to a juncture in this country where we need competent leadership and wise management of our affairs. We can not continue to gamble with so called candidates in this National Elections! Shall we continue to vote in or push into PNG Parliament yet another team of misfits and non-leaders through the back door or the windows? Or are we going to ensure we all vote true leaders like DON POMB LANIARTA POLYE to serve PNG Better?

POLYE’S THE PARTY will humbly put up decent candidates to contest the elections this year.

CAN WE DO SOMETHING WE MAY HAVE NEVER DONE BEFORE? Let us election THE PARTY candidates ONLY or other candidates especially those who run independent so that PARLIAMENT may have a justified reason to consider people like Don Pomb Laniarta Polye for the top job or to play a major role for PNG?

WAIGANI OBSERVER, MORATA

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