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01 January 2013


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Interesting, so the Papua New Guineans who were involved will be very happy.

In 2009, I was in the corridors of the National Parliament in Waigani and heard how one particular MP benefited greatly from the failed deal.

I went there to interview the Hon. Boka Kondra for a research about Pacific Leaders done by the National Research Institute.

This leader who failed to retain his seat in the last election will be happy.

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