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29 May 2018

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After the report by the Post-Courier, the minister dispelled the report as 'rumour' saying it was taken 'out of context' and that he had not made any official announcement about a shutdown.

But our reporter maintains he was there when the minister said this.

The minister insisted it was "not official but just a discussion".

This is not fair for the little people who now will have no voice. Basil is O'Neill's mouth piece. He is doing what he has been instructed to do. How so much bad in my country. Basil is as corupt as Oneill and the rest.

Facebook has been a platform where most politicians corrupt deeds are reported despite the monopolised mainstream media who seem to censor most of the news being published.

This current move by the government under Sam Basil as the Minister for Communication and Information Technology is totally an attempt to murder Freedom of Speech.

There are more pressing legislative issue like ICAC and other issues like the LNG revenue, failed TFF education policy and the cash flow problem for Basil to worry about rather than hunting small people who use Facebook to express their views against leaders and their crimes.

Talk about ICAC and how to get rid of corruption involving millions of kina instead of suppressing rights and freedom of speech.

Whose interest is Basil pursuing?

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