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01 February 2017


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This article will soon, according to my assessment will become a classic, for a long time to come!

As long as we get the economy wrong, in which the gulf between the rich and the poor widens, it will stand as a pillar reminding those who wield power to give a thought to their fellow men!!

Thanks Phil for the thumbs up.

I think the recurring theme in my writing is about creating the enabling environment for Papua New Guineans to thrive in their Melano-Western hybrid reality.

The writings reflect on my own disempowerment and journey towards empowerment and where I'd like to see PNG in the future.

Dame Carol Kidu's Informal Sector Act - where is that piece of legislation now we have Powes Pakop and his buai ban in Port Moresby? Just wondering.

So yeah, I get it and, like you rightfully said, most policies, plans etc do get put away on dusty shelves.

All I can say is "Amen" Martyn.

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