Excerpted from Palau Horizon (Oct. 29 - Nov. 01, 2004)
"Topping Pierantozzi's priorities should she be given another chance is the establishment of a medical insurance for all the people that has universal coverage. "This is one thing that I have been working for a long time. My other priorities is to look into the pension plan. Considering the population now, the retirement age is really big. I's like to work to make sure it's going to be a sound system". She said.
Completing her priorities is to provide quality education and more educational opportunities for the young Palauans. She said that she wants to help Palau have a strong healthy economy."
Describing himself as a "pro-active man, a problem solver, not a politician." People have seen what I've done. I'm confident that I've conveyed what I stand for. There are so many things that can be done in Palau", Chin said.
One of his top priorities is to "restore the Palauans in us, our values, which has gotten weak." Other priorities is to create a committee to start working the compact Renegotiation Strategy; to review the country's medical referral program, "imagine to give $5,000 to the medical program?" Another concern is to build a chapel in the hospital for patients, nurses, and doctors.