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26 March 2017


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Jeffrey Johns

All citizens regardless of race, sex, religion, should contest elections in PNG. More women I guess should be given the opportunity to contest and the male population should give popular support like any other candidate.Women in PNG are more capable and becoming more involved.Some women are more genius than men.PNG's past cultural renditions should not given examination to female. PNG is a developing democracy with vibrant institutions where women are at the forefront in both the public and private institutions.We should embrace woman to compete and contribute meaningfully to the development of PNG in economics, social governance,military, education, science and research, and more-so in politics and all other facets of building PNG. PNG to be viewed in terms of masculinity was of the past and is not fit for purpose these modern days.Maybe PNG is not developed gives the view that man should change PNG, Again I guess its the wrong perception. Iam sharing my views generally on woman equality generally, in light of the comments therein.

Bomai Witne

The people must appreciate that only in democracy children of political leaders and other citizens can contest elections to unseat politicians. Dulciana has a right to contest like other candidates and the voters can choose who to vote for.

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