Put political rhetoric to rest

Letters, Normal

The National,Thursday19 January 2012

AS a concerned citizen of Papua New Guinea, I call on the political leaders to show maturity and put unnecessary political rhetoric to rest.
Their continuous claims and counter-claims to being legitimate in the name of the Constitution are already causing fear, uncertainty, confusion and anxiety among citizens.
Leaders must not act and talk as if they own this nation.
They have been placed in the position of authority to serve as custodians  and not masters.
The general feeling and hope of the majority of the seven million people of PNG is to allow the O’Neill-Namah government to complete the remaining three months before election.
There is no way we can allow the Somare regime to lead because they had left a trail of controversies with many unsolved mysteries.
Tebani Onopika
Goroka , EHP