Posted By Staff Reporter
A Catholic priest in the Pomio district of East New Britain is urging people to pray for divine intervention, and for the truth to be revealed in the court case involving the district's convicted Member of Parliament.
Father Ben Tati says only the courts have the right to pass judgement on accused people, and no one should interfere with the case.
The priest says people must allow the law to take its course.
Pomio MP Paul Tiensten has been found guilty of dishonestly approving and applying the release of 10-million Kina to airline company Travel Air Limited in 2011.
The National Court is yet to serve punishment on him.
Tiensten is also on trial, over allegation of misusing another 3-point-4 million Kina, meant for the rehabilitation of the Karlai Plantation in East Pomio.
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