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18 January 2013


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The Opposition leader Belden Nema's stance against the program is not restricted and can be tested in the rule of law.
And if the government of PNG and Australia did break that constitution entire program has to be shut down.

From what's been reported in the press here in PNG, local police in Manus are facing a legal dilemma with policing unruly Australian asylum seekers held there. So Namah might well have a point.

I hope the Opposition do what they promised and seek a judicial interpretation of the constitutionality of the whole program. If it is found to be unconstitutional, then I’m afraid the centre is going to have to be shut down.

We can’t take our friendship for granted.

From what I heard he is a prospect for the position of prime minister.

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