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27 March 2017


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As Australians reflect at the passing of Sir Peter Lawler, a 'great mandarin' of the Australian Public Service, it is to be hoped that public servants in office in the Independent State of Papua New Guinea, live up to there callings and act to their appointed obligations, within and for the PNG Constitution, staying the longer course, steadying the sterner intricacies of government…(as holder of head of Office of the Ombudsman Commission…as holder of head of Office of Electoral Commission…and as each and every holder of the nation's sundry offices)…for the sake of nation and each constituent and family members.

Dear sir I'm writing to you out of desperation my friend is in lorengau prison on manus he is a refugee being deported he is vey sick and needs your help he wants to return back to lebaonon on a voluntary basis he was to be forcibly deported and he hurt himself on the plane
I am very worried about his mental health can u please see him and organise png ICSA and ABF Australia immigration to help him
This man has suffered enough please help him to return to his country on a voluntary basis his name is Azzam El Cheikh boat identification number LEL073

Gaby sledge

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