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18 June 2014

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Trouble in the Banana Republic.

PNG has almost reached the level of corruption Australia enjoys.

What will happen tomorrow ?

Lot's of drama today. Taskforce Sweep has been stood down.

"Mr O'Neill says Taskforce Sweep has been politically compromised, and its integrity has been politically influenced.

The chairman of the taskforce, Sam Koim, issued a statement ahead of the break-up, calling it "the gravest mistake a responsible government would make".

"The interest of the country must dictate our decisions and supersedes any individual's interest," he said.

"The country’s interest or [what] they sometimes call the 'national interest' is the interest of the common people of our great nation, not that of certain individuals who sit on the throne."

Mr O'Neill has also announced that the Deputy Police Commissioner of Operations, Simon Kauba, has been sacked for not following orders."

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-06-18/an-png-pm-axes-anti-corruption-task-force-sweep/5533400

O' Neill avoiding the warrant of arrest and court shows very clearly that he is dictating and he is incompetent to lead the nation. He is serving his own personal interest.

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