Home Net is so slow today. Just to open to write this post takes up little more than the usual time. I use GMail and it is soo slow in opening up messages, so I switched to the html for slow connections.
Micronesian Reporter VOLUME XIV, NUMBER 6 DEC- FEB. 1966, 1967
Koror Devastated. . .
Typhoon Hits Palau
Deaths and destruction followed the path of Typhoon Sally as she struck Koror, Palau, about 1 a.m. on Thursday, March 2. Three persons—14-year old Rosania Hosei of Koror and Mrs. Aot Siangldeb of Airai and her 2-year old daughter — were crushed to death under their crumbling homes during the storm. More than 50 others were injured and taken to the district hospital.
Rodman Teltull and Ruby Joy Gabriel represented Palau in the men and women track and field sprint events at the Olympic games in London. Go Palau. Woohooo!! See here for results and schedule.
March 19, 2012
His Excellency Johnson Toribiong
Re: Senate Bill No. 8-109,SD2,HD7,CD2
Dear Excellency President Toribiong:
Updated: scroll down to see the president’s response.
Link to the following below article: http://www.pacificfreedomforum.org/
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Pacific Freedom Forum, Rarotonga, COOK ISLANDS— A presidential order banning Palau’s Attorney General Ernestine Rengiil from giving her legal opinion directly to those seeking raises serious concerns over access to information and freedom of information for the island nation, says regional media watchdog the Pacific Freedom Forum, PFF.
By “Mersad Ngirchoteot” —-
ng chimol tekoi el kmal kedeb eng di sel bo dosaod er ngii eng sebeched el kmo ng diak a ulebengelel. ak kekerei el buik e sel kim moruul a bisakng ea ki blecheol melau ordomel el lild lolab a mechut el simbung ma llel a babier el ikel diak dousbech, ngak a blechoel mo ra olchertoll el mo melai leng mle olechui ra blimam. becherei se kuk mo tara taem. ma ki dmul ngii el babier e melau ordomel lousbech er sel nguil el kora diak el sal mekeald ma diak el sal mengchat, sel kora di ngara belngel. e mekekokemam el lomeltii ordomel el morsel kimomdasu er ngii, lotobed ra mo ungil bisakng, el beketaut e locha kmal mo betok a cheldil. meng kelteketel a taem el diak sal lomdasu er tial tekoi el melau, ngak tial klungal chad el mla mo bechiil loungalek ra terung el redil el chimong a teriuch a rekil ma chimong edei rekil, e kol mocha medengelii a kuk tara belkul tial tekoi. ea kumdasu e tiang a lmuut el betok a usbechel ma belkul el kmal di kau a sebechem el metik er ngii e ousbech er ngii. e ngak a kuk mo melasem lomeskid a usbechel el ngak omes er ngii ra chelsel a klengar rengak ma beluulchad el dengara chelsel. me kumuchel lomes ra beluad, chelechal taem eng uai a lengara ringel daob ra betok longarm ma chelbuul ra klechad, betok a duubech luchul a kerreior ma dakd lomerk ra rrau reng ra beluu. me ke de kora mo diak dodengei el kmo ke de bedul ker a lebebil ra taem. e mo kaiuechib osenged ra betok el tekoi, ma remerredeled a mo diak el sal bleketakl meng mengal rullid el mo suebek a rengud. a rebebil a kmu sesei ma rebebil a kmu sesei, ma debeltid eng kuk bebil. a rekaidelengelangel ma rekadederecher ra teliang. ma rekuk di lukong el rengud ngmla merasm a ngerir. ma rebebil el diak bol luk a ngerir el rengud toked a matmatong.
The following letter was sent to Tia Belau or publication (September 5, 2011)
August 31, 2011
Dear Attorney General:
I am surprised that you have chosen to respond to my letter via comments to the Island Times claiming that your dismissal of ROP v. Diaz, Crim. Case No. 09-067, was necessitated by the fact that the Defendant was acting as a citizen and not as a Senator when he committed his wrongful conduct. How disheartening that your Office is willing to mislead the public when the evidence completely belies your claim.
The following letter was sent to Tia Belau for publication (September 5, 2011)
Dear Ms. Berg:
Thank you for your letter dated August 26, 2011. I welcome an opportunity to respond to your concerns. I know that you disagree with the decision of my office to dismiss the criminal matter involving Mr. Diaz. I will make an effort to explain what led to that decision.
The foregoing information sets forth the different restrictions concerning the work of the members of the OEK. My next task will be to apply this information to the reports you submitted concerning a particular member of the OEK [Sen. Arnold Oilouch]. I will then draft a letter setting out the different options that apply to this matter and await your direction. (Emphasis mine).
Tia Belau Editorial on August 22, 2011 —
It is becoming clear that the decision by the senate to preempt any move by the president to appointment a new special prosecutor (SP) is turning into a strategic political blunder not only for the senate themselves but for the elected leadership of the national government.