By Mekere Morauta, KCMG
Former Prime Minister
No one feels free.
We live in fear, with our mouths shut. We see, but we don’t talk.
Ministers are afraid to speak their minds, fearing they will lose their job.
Provincial Governors are afraid to speak their minds, fearing their province will be starved of funds.
Backbenchers are afraid to speak their minds, fearing they will never become ministers, that their District funds will not be paid, and promise of funding for other projects will not materialise.
The private sector is afraid to speak at all, fearing threats to business, loss of contracts, and now even forced takeover.
Papua New Guineans are afraid to speak their minds, fearing harm to themselves, their family members, their business interests.
Expatriates living here are afraid to express views, fearing deportation.
No one is safe.
In Brisbane recently the Prime Minister joked when asked by a…
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