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19 January 2013


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Sharon Isafe refers to "our leaders" so I assume she is a PNGian.

To me she sounds as if she does not have a great understanding of PNG's history nor a good grasp of all the problems on the world's stage today.

Also she probably needs to do some fundamental course in economics so she can understand the PNG economy and see how the big mining companies can assist the country to gain the funds to set up a "highly functional educational system" etc.

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