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28 March 2018


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Simon Kerae

Paul Paraka is a hard working man and a public figure, a genuine leader in his own right.

The allegation related to the illegal legal bill payment was cleared by the lower court but it now depends on whether the public prosecutor will further refer it to the higher court on an ex-officio indictment.

Despite all this nonsense, the simple solution is that if the prime minister is cleared then the Paul Paraka saga is now buried.

Paul knows very well that he will still claim his damages and come back, this time he will be very strong and powerful because he will come back with willpower, courage and experience. I think he will be a tough person.

Philip Kai Morre

Will Paraka's court case be won or lost? Judges and magistrates seem to be siding with political manipulation.

A lot of serious court cases are struck out after so much money and resources are spent on court processes.

Daniel Kumbon

This feels like the 7.5 magnitude earthquake in Hela and Southern Highlands, the economic nerve centre of PNG.

This time, the epicentre is in the centre of Waigani.

Harry Topham

When thieves fall out, honest men come by their own

Max Phin

Good luck to him and good news for the rest of the country as the other side of the story can now be properly told in the audience of the court for all to hear(I hope) and maybe reveal the real string-pullers and their true intentions.

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