Their top salaries, allowances and constant travel has to be some result of their clamour to obtain office – so why not do a proper job and debate in Parliament some of the responsibilities you offered the voters.
I know the people of Rarotonga have stopped guessing.
The so-called leader Henry Puna is on record seeking a place at the table at the United Nations – even at the expense of New Zealand citizenship of our people and the aid and pensions New Zealand offers our people.
Trading with surplus of $30 million has come at the expense of each taxpayer in Rarotonga. Basic quality of life in Rarotonga has been compromised – quality waters for one, roading, shortfalls in medical staff at our hospital …
A gentle reminder to the nation that Grey Power had a way some years ago that this government has overlooked since. When Richard Neves, the stooge of Henry Puna and Mark Brown, backed down and corrected their alignment with common decency – and tried to shift blame over plundering pensioners’ tax accounts to satisfy their avaricious tax grab from the elderly pensioners’ savings. Overnight, bank accounts were reduced by a derived ‘tax flaw’.
The modern agenda would have to be a correction in the ‘tax threshold”; elderly abuse; jobs for mates; medical shortages; and constant travel by Puna and his entourage.
Generationally this would see Rarotonga on its knees.
Don Reid, Nikao