Sunday, 7 May 2017

Former MP wants Telefomin district to be connected by road

A Triumph Heritage Empowerment party's Telefomin Open candidate says he wants nothing for his people but than to build a road to connect his people to the rest of the country.

Former MP and Deputy governor Peter Iwei said the whole purpose of being elected was to serve the people, leaving one's personal interest alone.

He said when he was the MP, he did not fully implement his plans, urging his people to vote him back to finish his incomplete projects.

"I am not going to be voted in to build my business empire but to serve my people.
"To enrich ourselves using the power is not allowed by the laws," he told hundreds of people who turned out at Vanimo town last week Friday (05/05/17).

He queried why was the government abusing the Constitution, democracy and Parliamentary Standing Orders when handing down decisions for the country.

Iwei has called on the people to vote in good and honest leaders like himself.
Telefomin, he said, is one of the most remotest districts in PNG.
He assured them that he would again serve them with strict compliance to rule of law and respect other conventions.

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