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28 March 2012

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Dr Allan Marat's comments that the protest is instigated by Enga Students is childish.

It's a pity to see one of the learned persons and an academic turned politician instilling regionalism, division and tribalism instead of preaching collaboration, cooperation, unity and dignity of PNG as a united nation in diversity.

In fact he must know that Engans are known for more violence and his words must not stir and wake the sleeping giants who fear no one except God.

As mentioned to Emma previously, here is PNGCCI, one of those professional groups in Port Moresby, speaking out about the faults in the recent Judicial Conduct Act.

It reminds the parliament that it is the job of the Ombudsman Commission to deal with any wrongdoing by judges.

It appears that Dr Allan Marat has been fearing the affects of the wantok system as he and O'Neill try their best to remove the Chief Justice, Sir Salamo Injia by whatever way they can muster.

The PNGCCI realises that the passage of the Judicial Conduct Act means there is greater likelihood of political risks when doing business in PNG, and so harming their members.

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