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Wrong Don Polye?

Don Pomb Polye

Chairman of Governors

World/Bank/IMF

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Employment History

President

Representative Council


Deputy

Somare


Split Group

Buntabu Brown


President

RAMU NICO MANAGEMENT LIMITED


Minister

Transport & Civil Aviation


Affiliations

Papua New Guinea

Treasurer


Opposition

Member and Parliamentary Leader


Kandep

Member


IMF

Chairman of Board of Governors


Internal Revenue Commission

Founder


Parliament

Member


Health Dr. Nicholas Mann

Secretary


Web References(156 Total References)


Papua New Guinea Gossip Newsletter - 6 Sep 2005

pnggossip.com [cached]

The Transport and Civil Aviation Minister, Don Polye, has condemned the proposed changes and said that it would only promote a breakdown in leadership and honesty, integrity, transparency and accountability.


Papua New Guinea Gossip Newsletter - 16 Mar 2014

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Treasurer Don Polye and the Labour and Industrial Relations Minister Mark Maipakai have been sacked from cabinet by Prime Minister O'Neill.
The PM said the removal of Polye, who is also chairman of the World/Bank/IMF board of Governors, came as result of him "causing instability in the Government" while the decommissioning of Maipakai as Minister was done to "preserve the integrity and public confidence of the Government after he was arrested and charged by police" - a matter which is now before the National Court. The real reasons why Duma and Polye were sacked -- http://giaman.com/pg/?01f2e5


www.postcourier.com.pg

Treasurer Don Polye said this when addressing a Commonwealth finance ministers and senior finance officials meeting last week in Washington D.C in the United States.
Mr Polye, a governor for World Bank and International Monetary Fund representing PNG, was responding to an agenda in the meeting on how to mitigate financial shortfalls for the member countries. The ministerial plenary agenda for 2013 was arranged around the theme of the post-2015 global development framework. Mr Polye, who has been recently appointed as the Chairman for World Bank/IMF and will assume office starting next year, said PNG had taken the lead in embracing the partnership model. He said PNG as being a recipient of the Asian Development Bank Funds among others for infrastructure development to help cushion budget deficits in the country. He has urged the Commonwealth Secretariat to design policy guidelines to insure fragile economies against natural disasters given that Oro province and Cook Islands were hit by cyclones and this had affected the people's livelihood. He had other meetings with international organisations representatives and counterparts in the best interest of the nation.


www.pngecho.com

The now PNG Opposition Leader, Hon Don Polye, in a statement to the PNG parliament (2011) on the Ombudsman's Commission Report (into the Moti issue) reminded parliament:
Moreover, in the abovementioned statement to parliament, Hon Don Polye admitted Papua New Guinean culpability, stating: Posted in02 - My analysis, Lest we forget, Polye Don (Kandep Open), Somare Michael Sir (East Sepik), Uncategorized | TaggedAustralian Federal Police, Boroko Police cells, Danajo Koeget, Don Polye, ex-parte hearings, Illegal detention, Jacksons airport, Joseph Assaigo, Julian Moti, Manasseh Sogavare, Peter Pena, visas | Leave a reply Don Polye, the Engan warlord, whose election result has been set aside on more than one occasion for suspected and proven tampering (including the most recent one), who is implicated in many corruption scandals including (but not only) the unresolved Paraka case, who has been rejected and sidelined by every government he's served under, not least of all for incompetence, has been named as the alternative Prime Minister. How can that be the case when they've nominated someone like Don Polye to be alternative Prime Minister - just more of the same things they accuse O'Neill of and worse? Juffa, though, hasn't got the numbers and the Governor understands this only too well - yes, but only because these supposed representatives of the 'silent majority' have given their vote to Polye when their supporters want Juffa. Oh come on Don, why don't you listen to the plaintive cries of your constituents? Shadow Minister for Defence, Internal Security and Correctional Services, O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Polye Don (Kandep Open), Somare Michael Sir (East Sepik), Speaker: Theo Zurenuoc, Zuerenuoc Theo (Finschhafen open) Speaker | TaggedBelden Namah, Ben Micah, Byron Cham, disaffested, Disgruntled, Don Polye, Governor Gary Juffa, James Marape, Opposition, Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, rejects, Sam Basil, Silent majority, Sir Julius Chan, Social Media, Somare, Speaker Theo Zurenuoc, VONC | 5 Replies Take Don Polye: he's tried for years, but he inspires no one; his aspirations to lead have only led him into the diminished position he finds himself today - leading an opposition who are only behind him because that is the best position from where to stab him in the back. Polye is the figurative head of a raggle-taggle band of wannabe leaders that are, in reality, has-beens (Namah), never-were (Marat), never-will-be (Basil), and chancers (Kua and the rest). I doubt if any of them are loyal to Polye. He doesn't inspire loyalty. Some are only in the Opposition because that's the only side that will have them - and Polye is amongst this number. One of the binding common factors of the Opposition is that they don't want to follow Polye: this coalition is of the unwilling. The other, of course, is that these wannabe leaders have no followers. They are the overly-ambitious heads of one-man parties whose members (followers) have deserted them in droves. If Polye manages to wrest power from O'Neill - and the likelihood of that is negligible - will we see the Ides of March re-enacted in Papua New Guinea? I don't believe there will be one member of the Opposition that will refrain from gleefully plunging the dagger into Polye after he has served his purpose - he just doesn't inspire loyalty. O'Neill has proved a formidable and maybe even an impossible target for this band of treacherous brothers - Polye would be a far easier foe. Shadow Minister for Defence, Internal Security and Correctional Services, O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Polye Don (Kandep Open) | TaggedAllan Marat, Belden Namah, Coalition of the unwlling, Don Polye, Goilala, has beens, Ides of March, Jilted lover, Kerenga Kua, Leaders without followers., never-were, never-will-be, Opposition, wannabes, Willie Samb | 13 Replies Don Polye, appointed Rex Paki to the board of PNGSDP. Don Polye - Out on his arse Don Polye - Out on his arse Polye found this out, to his detriment. There is no room for Mavericks in a ruling party/coalition trying to form policy. Polye lost out big time. He lost his Ministerial portfolio, his membership of the ruling coalition and also the loyalty of his party who chose to let him go his merry way, without them. So, if there are plots within O'Neill's own party/coalition - and that's probably just idle speculation - they had better be VERY sure of their success or they may find themselves in competition with Polye for the Opposition Leader's role. Posted in02 - My analysis, Basil Sam (Morobe open) Deputy Opposition Leader, Shadow Minister for Planning, District development and Health/HIV Aids, Juffa Gary (Northern/Oro), Polye Don (Kandep Open) | Taggedbackstabbing, Don Polye, Gary Juffa, Party loyalty, Sam Basil, VONC, Vote of no confidence | 8 Replies Shadow Minister for Defence, Internal Security and Correctional Services, O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Polye Don (Kandep Open) | Tagged#Peter O'Neill, Belden Namah, Don Polye, Gary Juffa, Governor, Moses Maladina, Pamploma, Pangu Pati, Peoples Noticeboard, Running of the bulls, Sam Basil, Sword of Damocles, Vote of no confidence | 6 Replies Shadow Minister for Defence, Internal Security and Correctional Services, O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Polye Don (Kandep Open) | TaggedBelden Namah, Bryan Kramer, corruption fighters., Don Polye, facebook, Greg Sheppard, Mal Varitimos, PNG News, Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, Sonja Barry Ramoi, The Federalist, Tiffany Twivey, Tom Nichols.social engineering, Twivey Lawyers | 4 Replies So even with Polye, Soso et al joining the Opposition, the opposition is still going to be largely irrelevant. Shadow Minister for Defence, Internal Security and Correctional Services, O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Polye Don (Kandep Open), Somare Michael Sir (East Sepik), Soso Julie (Eastern Highlands) | Tagged#Peter O'Neill, Arab loan, Arthur Somare, barmy army, Belden Namah, Don Polye, NEC, Oilsearch, Opposition Leader, PNC, Sir Michael Somare, THE Party, Titanic, UBS loan | 7 Replies How many more times will veteran politicians…such as the Highlander and former Deputy Prime Minister, Don Polye, put up with being publicly told to "F**king shut up? Posted in02 - My analysis, Kua Kerenga (Sinasina-Yongomugl open), O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Pala Ano (Rigo open) Attorney General and Justice Minister, Polye Don (Kandep Open) | Tagged#Peter O'Neill, #Sam Koim, #Task Force Sweep, Ano Pala, Arrest warrant, Don Polye, JGeoffrey Vaki, National courts, Nicholas Miviri Don Polye - the Engan. Don Polye - the Engan.


www.pngecho.com

Don Polye, appointed Rex Paki to the board of PNGSDP.
Last week, in parliament, the Prime Minister named Don Polye and the THE party as two of the financial beneficiaries. He has also stated that the evidence is with the police - perhaps this may be worth the self-proclaimed, misnamed 'anti-corruption' forces pursuing before they finish their 'dance of joy' over this small and insignificant victory. This pursuit of the Prime Minister is nothing like a 'David and Goliath' battle for David was on the side of righteousness - this is more like a sniper attack on the fabric of democracy in PNG. Share Button Posted in02 - My analysis, Marape James (Tari open) Minister for Finance, O'Neill Peter (Ialibu-Pangia open) Prime Minister,, Uncategorized | TaggedDavid and Goliath, democracy, Don Polye, Hartshorn J, Makail j, Minister for Finance James marape, Paraka Affair, Prime Minister Peter O'Neil, Sawong J, Supreme Court, THE Party | 4 Replies Moti was in PNG unwillingly and illegally by the express authority of Don Polye (Deputy Prime Minister) acting for Sir Michael Somare (Prime Minister) and most likely in consultation. (Sir Michael was away in the Provinces at the beginning.) Posted inUncategorized | TaggedAttorney General Solomon Islands, Australian Authorites, Clandestine PNG Defence Force Flight, Don Polye, Gordon Darcy-Lilo, Ilegal entry into PNG, Joseph Assaigo, Julian Moti, Manasseh Sogavare, Moti Saga, Motigate, Munda, Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI), Sir Michael Somare, Solomon Islands | 1 Reply


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