While opening the pre-2010 Budget public and private sector consultative forum in Suva, the regime's interim prime minister Frank Bainimarama proclaimed politics, political parties and politicians will not be part of his regime's agenda for the next three years.
Bainimaama told the gathering that the agenda until the start of the consultations on a new Constitution in September 2012, will be bringing in dynamism to the economy and the commercial sector.
He expects to achieve dynamism and modernisation by asking employers to work with his regime by taking a holistic approach.
Bainimarama failed to state the possible areas that his regime will be targeting to achieve economic growth.
There was no mention of how fundamentals like infrastructure and increasing investor confidence would be achieved by his dictatorship in the absence of democracy.
It was obvious Bainimarama and his policy advisors were clueless on how to rejuvenate the economy and increase the confidence of the people already struggling to cope with rising inflation.