JUSTICE SYSTEM AN EXECUTIVE CLUB FOR FEW | By GOVERNOR BIRD

JUSTICE SYSTEM AN EXECUTIVE CLUB FOR FEW: GOVERNOR BIRD

By Allan Bird MP, Governor for East Sepik Province | The SUN of Papua New Guinea.
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It seems the rich and the powerful cannot be touched by our judiciary system.

They can hire the best lawyers money can buy while police prosecuters are living in the settlements.

Even when the Police Prosecuters are good at their job, well the workers in the courts help the rich and the powerful to get away with by robbing the future of our children.

It seems that there is no place in PNG for good, decent and honest people. Only the rich and powerful, and evil people can get ahead in PNG. This is not a good sign.

I urge all good PNGeans to rise up, take back our country from the evil that has taken hold of our nation. As evil continues to win, good people will continue to lose hope. This is happening already.

Let’s beat evil together. Don’t let them win. If we all give up and give in, if evil people continue to win and there is no justice, who will be left to fight for what is right?

Now is the time to fight. While there is still a chance. While good people still feel confident to fight. When all confidence is lost, PNG will be lost too.

Picture: Governor Bird.

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One thought on “JUSTICE SYSTEM AN EXECUTIVE CLUB FOR FEW | By GOVERNOR BIRD

  1. I salute you Hon Gov for East Sepik! for your bold stand and truth.

    The rot in the justice system prevailed decades ago. We are only coming to realise this upon seeing it happening right in our eyes. Its time we stand for what is right. There are more outstanding issues and one being the NPF saga. This is long gone and no one’s talking/fighting for it. Poor peoples monies were smuggled out and missused by greedy and power hungry bureaucrats and executives who have become overnight millioners. They have become more obese causing heart failures and some have passed on with the truth that cant be retrieved.
    And now that one accused for the NPF Saga decades ago is claiming for damages. Who is in charge? Who is going to pay for that if the court rules in his favour? Where is the justice system? Why has this case didn’t come into a conclusion? There are more cases that are ruled in favour of the rich.
    Worth sharing!

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