Radio New Zealand International is reporting that one of the dancers heading to
The dancer has been named as Samu Ledua Siga Cama, of the Vou Dance Group.
Miller says she and the other eight dancers in the group have mixed feelings about the situation. On one hand they’re sad two will miss out but on the other, they're excited to be participating.
She goes on to say that Samu Ledua Siga Cama thinks the decision is unfair because all he wants to do is dance and that he is an individual who has chosen not to be in politics.
Coupfourpointfive thinks the travel sanctions are fair and people like Samu Ledua Siga Cama should accept it as a fact of life, a reality of their life. It’s naïve of him and Patricia Naisara to think the sanctions will be waived for them. You can't have your cake and eat it, too. That's a privilege the inernational community no longer afford people linked to the military government of Fiji, until the hierarchy restore democracy. For real injustice, check out the story of Li Cunxin (his lifestory is now a film, Mao's Last Dancer), the Chinese ballet dancer who defected from Communist rule. Now, that's someone who is entitled to whinge.