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Monday, August 9, 2010

Bainimarama: No armed soldiers in newsrooms

The Fiji Village is reporting the Prime Minister as telling the international community and the overseas media there are no armed soldiers in the newsrooms in Fiji.

The webste says Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has told the ABC that it is misleading for News Limited to say that armed troops are in the newsrooms.


He also questioned the ABC why the Fiji Times newspaper did not allow the Australian news crew to go to the newsroom and film how they are publishing the newspaper.

Commodore Bainimarama said he never stopped the overseas media from going into the newsrooms and does not understand why this was not allowed by the Fiji Times.

He maintained that only the Ministry of Information staff are checking the stories under the Public Emergency Regulation.
By Vijay Narayan

3 comments:

Joe said...

"Bainimarama: No armed soldiers in newsrooms"
It is the same as saying "no armed soldier is the PM of Fiji"
Does he really think that we are fools and will dance to his tune?????

Anonymous said...

You know sometimes I wonder if voreceke even had a decent education and what he did with all his time in school.....just reading his comments and also listening to his interview makes me wonder where in the world did the military/navy tecruited a guy of his mentality and education, wow and to know that his former cmdr appointed his idiot sidekick as comdr. Man for goodnesss sake please get rid of this fool.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 4:04.

Reason this no schools remains in power is that he's being manipulated by Nailatikau - Ganilau - Mara & Dritti.
Rest assured - way things are heading - won't last long...