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14 January 2019

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Joseph Sukwianomb

It is interesting to read Hon Bryan Kramer's response in another social media outlet.

Daniel Kumbon

I posted this article on several forums and the support for Grand Chief Sir Peter Ipatas is overwhelming.

He should make a stand - now or never.

Politics is indeed a brutal game.

Both prime minister Peter O’Neill and Governor Ipatas understand this.

O’Neill himself dumped Don Polye not once but twice after Polye helped him gain the top post.

Sir Mekere Mourata sacked John Pundari from deputy prime minister after they had formed government together.

Francis, all the government members know there is a loud cry in PNG for a change of government and new leadership.

They should move with Ipatas to form a new government if they care at all for the people of PNG.

Francis Nii

When the opportunity presented itself for Don Polye to bid for the country's top post in 2011 (Michael Somare was hospitalised in Singapore), he let it slip from his hand and
Peter O'Neill from nowhere ascended to the top post.

Now there is an opening for Sir Peter Ipatas. However, his success in replacing O'Neill depends on how many other MPs within the government ranks he can bring along.

He needs to have significant support within the government.

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