News Bytes For 18th June, 2014

“POLYE CONDEMNS By Michelle Amba

 

Member for Kandep, Don Polye, is calling on Prime Minister Peter O’Neill to voluntarily appear before police for an interview. The former Treasurer, in a statement, said Mr. O’Neill spoke out against the use of courts to restrict the constitutional duties of police.

 

Polye said he stands by, ready to provide further information to authorities if need be. The parliamentary leader of Triumph Heritage Empowerment said it is important for the Prime Minister to do this because he holds the highest office in the land. He said O’Neill should not diminish the Prime Minister’s Office by preventing justice from taking its course.

 


 

 

“SABL LICENSES REVOKED”By Ruth Rungula

The long over-due Commission of Inquiry Report into SABLs has finally been implemented with the government cancelling all SABLs obtained illegally and will abolish provisions of the Land Act that allows for SABLs to be granted.

 

Prime Ministyer Peter O’Neill announced this, saying the government will work with genuine lease holders to acquire new leases.

 


 

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