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Meantime, Mr Polye is applauding the stance taken by government institutions, private organizations and individuals against the government's move to take out the loan.
He said he's taking the legal stand to further strengthen that support.
Mr Polye said he's taking the legal actions to show that the loan is unconstitutional.
He sais people who are using their positions to create such deals is unfair and not in the best interests of the country and its people.
Mr Polye also called on others who have conspired one way or another to execute the deal to admit and refrain from supporting the loan arrangement.
"I also would like to call on those individuals, those few minority... minority... minority, proponents of this deal. They also admit that is a bad deal. They've been motivated by their greed, by their selfishness to make themselves become wealthy at the expense of the majority Papua New Guineans. Its unfair and those others who've done it this greedy, selfish interest to just amaze themselves to wealth. I'll call them to step down and say this is bad and give up and abort this process."
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