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Candidate calls for respect and unity in Ulawa Ugi

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By Lionel Taorao, MASI stringer/ Ulawa Island

One of the nine candidates contesting the Ulawa Ugi constituency seat is calling on all constituents to have respect for candidates and each other as polling day gets closer.

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Making this call, former Deputy Premier and candidate Davis Maemae from Ulawa Island who is contesting the Ulawa Ugi constituency seat under the Solomon Islands Kadere Party expresses his concern after an incident happened at Su’u Moli community on Ulawa Island where women supporters of two other candidates provoked each other in a heated argument on Wednesday morning.

“I am calling on all voters on Ulawa especially to be mindful on how we do things and careful with how we speak during this election period as what we say and our actions can brew inconvenience to others and cause disunity amongst our communities”, Mr. Maemae says.

“Candidates too must ensure that their supporters have and show respect for other candidates and their supporters and let us not allow this elections to cause disunity amongst our communities on our Island,” he further adds.

He emphasize that citizens must uphold their cultural and religious norms and not to let the elections which is a foreign concept, ruin and cause division in side our peaceful communities.

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He finally calls on everyone to participate in this year’s elections with clear conscience and a peaceful campaigns and elections with the principles of unity, love, peace and joy.

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