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12 September 2012


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The people of PNG need Infrastructure and fair and equal treatment. I worked there for two years and my heart goes out to all the people.

Great read bro...Gutpla tok piksa blo yu tu ya.

I have been to the Kurumbukari, Butuwai areas and Banu, Danagar as well as Usino junction in Madang's Ramu Nickel Mining, there are MCC-built classrooms with no teacher and aid posts with no APO; let alone medicines. Go get them form Modilon hausik.

The Basamuk section is no difference. Construction phase is over now so where is development?

Where is landowners' benefits? Maybe the Toyota landcruisers driven by the landowner companies' chairpeople represent all LO benefits, isn't it? Poor scenario, poor bargaining and negotiation, and poor performance by the governments.

Resource Nationalism as in the papers two days ago is straight on.

Bring back slavery!

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