The National – Monday, February 14, 2011
THE recent ouster of Egyptian president after nearly three weeks of revolt is a lesson our leaders must learn.
There is a limit to the people’s patience and just like the Egyptians, Papua New Guineans, too, are fed up with the blatant abuse of power, greed and failure to deliver basic services.
While we are unlikely to take to the streets in a big way, anything can happen if the people feel they are pushed to a corner.
Time to wake up