Thursday, August 04, 2011

Polye is NA leader in govt

 THE National Alliance party in the new government has agreed to have Kandep MP Don Polye as their new leader, The National reports.
The NA southern region, islands and highlands faction had agreed to have Polye lead the new-look NA party in the government of Peter O'Neill and Belden Namah.
Polye made the announcement after the swearing-in of the deputy prime minister and caretaker ministers at Government House yesterday.
"I am the National Alliance leader now," Polye declared.
The NA team in government included Polye, Speaker Jeffrey Nape, Ano Pala, Mark Mai­pa­kai, David Arore, Andrew Mald, Charles Abel, Luke Critin, Jack Cameron, David Arore, Alphonse Moroi, Peter Humphrey and Leo Dion.
Polye said NA was a good party but the conduct, actions and inactions of some members had brought the party to disrepute and facilitated corruption in the former government.
"I think I have a very good team with me now."
Polye said this was the new National Alliance under his leadership and those who did not toe the line would be removed.
"We will get rid of people who perpetuate corruption."
"I am proud to lead the NA team here (in government)," Polye said.

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