Anglimp LLG forms association

National, Normal

The National, Friday 30th December 2011

THE people of Anglimp LLG in the Jiwaka region, have an association to fight for them in 2013 on whether to become part of Western Highlands province or remain in Jiwaka.
The Hagen South Students Association is prepared to take the lead for more than 50,000 people of the area in 2013.
The association was formed by students attending the University of Papua New Guinea
in Port Moresby, University of Goroka in Eastern Highlands, University of Technology in Lae and Divine Word University in Madang.
The students’ aim is to help the Anglimp constituency face changes and development and help them with the 2013 decision from the boundary commission either to return to Western Highlands or remain in Jiwaka.
The people of Anglimp have stated in the media several times and even taken the matter to court their opposition to the Boundary Commission decision to remain in Jiwaka.
They have been told they can decide where to be in 2013.
President Jackson Polly said the association included people from Wurup 3 Kona to Kindeng.
He said the association would represent more than 50,000 people from the Anglimp constituency because they would get
support through it before 2013.