The interim regime says it's not bothered by a decision by the Paciic Islands Forum that will see Fiji's suspension continue from May the second.
Information Ministry Permanent Secretary Lieutenant-Colonel Neumi Leweni told Fiji Television last night the regime doubted whether the decison of the Forum was unanimous given that Melanesian Spearhead Group countries had earlier opposed Fiji's suspension.
He claims the absence of Fiji from the Forum neant there was no way the unanimity of the Forum Leaders decision could be established.
But Leweni deliberately fails to tell the people of Fiji that the MSG Leaders after is 10th July meeting gave conditional support to the regime on the basis that it starts genuine dialogue and reconciliation with all sections of the society.
The importance of genuine dialogue been also emphasisd by both the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group and the Forum Leaders in their communique afer the 40th Laders Meeting in Cairns.
Leweni also failed to tell the people of Fiji that they and not the Forum had dis-engaged from the Forum Joint Working Group wel before the regime abrogated the Constitution and was suspended.