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Monday, July 18, 2011

Union trio and Mara supporters expected to be arrested on return to Fiji

THE NEW FIJI? Key players under watch according to sources.


RALLY SPEAKER: Anthony.
Insiders say the regime is preparing to take into custody the three trade unionists who are currently in Australia working with the union movement there to bring down the illegal government of Frank Bainimarama.

Felix Anthony, Daniel Urai and Rajeshwar Singh have been working with the Australian Council of Trade Unions to get the support of members of the Transport Workers Union to boycott Qantas bound flights to Fiji.

Coupfourpointfive sources say the regime has also issued an order for others seen at and supporting  the weekend Sydney rally of Roko Ului Mara with the regime endorsing a S&G (snatch and grab) operational order to be carried out by elite RFMF operations team who have been given absolute powers by the illegal PM and Commander to arrest all these people who are expected to return to Fiji in coming days if not weeks.

Those understood to be on the list include the former prime minister, Mahendra Chaudhry and son Rajendra Chaudhry, who was at the Sydney rally with Mara. Chaudhry Snr is in Fiji but is expected to be taken in as well.

The charges that have been drawn up by the illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khayium, and illegal solicitor general, Christopher Pryde, are as follows:

a) Inciting to cause public disobedience under the PER
b) Giving false information to the international media and other organizations in a bid to disrupt essential services
c) Aiding and Abetting a fugitive wanted under the law of Fij.

All of the above charges carry a life imprisonment under the Crimes Decree 2009.

Sources say the S&G team have powers to use any government resource available, including telecommunications and internet to spy on people and the diplomatic corp to gather as much information on these unionist and party supporters currently in New Zealand and Australia.

They say families are already under surveillance. 

35 comments:

  1. Why wait for them to grab them in Fiji, why don't these elite cowards go to Aus and grab them there....lamu tiko vei ratou hahahaha...

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  2. very good work fiji.

    typical dictatorship!

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  3. Does this mean that the Government should be arresting Frank & Co for "giving false information to the international media and other organizations"?

    Ridiculous.

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  4. Good move IG. I am all for real democracy without the influence of cheifs, thieves and unionist. Fiji first before self interest. Rajen and Felix need to go in ASAP.

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  5. FRANK AND CO. LIVING OFF FIJIANS HARD EARNED SAVINGS :-
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UC51eymvsRA&feature=related

    I suppose the scurrying rats, Frank and Aiyaz, shows just how scared they are becoming now as the money tightens up and slowly but surely, the Military begin to turn against them.

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  6. Well if they get taken in there will be repercussions. The regime had better think carefully before embarking on this action but unfortunately there isn't a shared brain among this thieving lot. If these guys do get taken in than I think they will definitely put to rest the fears some of us have about their selfish involvement as they will literally be walking the talk.

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  7. How many people can the junta of 11 thugs arrest and torture, the fight has began of the people of fiji and workers of fiji and the crooks hiding behind scams under PER and guns, its time to face the dictatorship and chase the coward down the path of the cassava patch for the final time and for him and his thugs to stand trial for their crimes. Arrest or no arrest, charge or no charge, gail or no gail who cares, the fight to freedom must prevail with the workers revolution and people of fijis freedom to democracy, rule of law, good goverenance, justice and human rights.

    The cowards hiding behind PER and guns cant take of their uniforms and walk the streets but the opposition can show their face at public rallies for the fight for people of fiji.

    Its time for real action and no talk.

    Time for freedom of people of fiji so rise up people and show your dissent, oppostion and fight for your rights.

    We will win.

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  8. Frank and ASK..you arrogant bastards... You are the ones who have been giving the UN false and tailor made infromation about the situation in Fiji.
    Whatever the Fiji Citizens do in Australia or NZ or anywhere else in the world is none of your business. The PER does not have any effect in overseas country.
    You two are just arrogant and you will soon go to jail.
    When you get a hand on these ppl when they return to Fiji...you will find yourself in hot soup...
    Go Fiji citizens...show them that they are just a bunch of opportunist and Frank...You are a Dictator....You will answer to all these illegal activities and all these BS Decrees that is made up by your puppet master Khaiyum...
    Thumbs ...
    Drau yavu kaisi bokala...
    Thumbs Up To Democracy!!! Frank..you bloody Kaishi!!!!!

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  9. Its only a scare tactics by FB & AG illegal govt,they really cannot do anything till those guys are in Fiji,well anyways i hope the guys knows what is happening so they can stay back in Aust and fight for freedom from there and canvass more support from the labour party in oz..

    Thanks C4 for this update.

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  10. I hope all those making noise against fiji in australia are taken to the barracks as they are only making things worse for the people back home.

    People like Felix is in it for himself. No 2 ways about it.

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  11. Fiji flight trouble
    July 18, 2011

    QANTAS flights to and from Fiji could be disrupted, as the Transport Workers Union threatens industrial action.

    Qantas's links to Fiji's military regime have produced a third potential area of industrial disruption for the airline, with long-haul pilots and engineers already engaged in separate disputes.

    TWU secretary Tony Sheldon said on Sunday that there had been a ''continuing deterioration'' of workers' rights in Fiji.
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    ''Over recent months we have seen the military junta reduce freedom of speech … and now they want to smash the basic human right of getting a fair wage for employees and their family,'' Mr Sheldon said.

    Mr Sheldon also said Qantas had a responsibility to its Fijian workers.

    AAP

    OZ media and NZ and international media has been hit by fiji flight disruption and ban of no goods to be loaded and unloaded to and from fiji flights.

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  12. Who is this tin pot dictator, who is this self styled ill health and no school Gadafi dictator holding people of fiji hostage with guns and calling himself prime minister, there is no longer any respect left to title of prime minister in fiji, its time for workers and people of fiji to rise up and fight and free themselves from the opperesion, how many people will the junta of 11 thugs charge, the people are more than 800000 and junta a gang of scam thugs raping fiji peoples tax monies and FNPF, they must stand trial for their crimes.

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  13. FRANK AND AG TALIBAN ..IDIOTS.
    IF YOU DO ARREST. GET READY TO FACE THE OVERSEAS UNION SUPPORT FOR FELIX/URAI/OTHERS.
    ALSO THE PEOPLE POWER WILL HIT YOU SO HARD.
    YOU WILL END UP IN JAIL SOON.

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  14. Fiji sugar prices to drop 13 per cent in August
    Monday, July 18, 2011

    The price of sugar is expected to drop 13 per cent from next month says the Sugar Ministry.

    Permanent Secretary for Sugar Colonel Manasa Vaniqi says further reductions are expected later in the year – as Fiji will revitalise it’s sugar supply for local consumption.

    Vaniqi says - they will make sure that adequate sugar is left for local consumption this season - so they wont make the same mistakes they did last year.

    Last year - the raw sugar set aside for local consumption were all sold - causing a shortage in supply - leading to the increase in sugar price .

    Vaniqi says he has received assuarances from the Fiji Sugar Corporation Executive Chair Abdul Khan that 30,000 tonnes sugar will be set aside for local consumption.



    FSC and sugar industry is finished, it should be this the junta with no brains should try and improve and not union busting

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  15. Real and hard international sanctions are needed to bring the tinpot dictator to his knees and stand trial in fiji.

    Its not the junta has been successful, but the junta has been allowed to thrive, one simple one week sanctions by international unions to not to load and unload goods by air and sea to and from Fiji will result in collapse of the junta and its dictator, nothing else.

    Time has come for real action now and the junta must go and all women in fiji must get ready with broken brooms and mops to avenge the beatings they have had at QEB for the past 6 years.

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  16. How will sanctions affect fiji? It will only affect the poor. The rich will close shop and still afford things if price go up.

    I find that people trying to topple the IG will do it at any cost. They will do it for their own selfish agenda and have no pity for the poor nadi and nadro fijians in the hotel industry.

    I will moku Felix myself.

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  17. Jakes says...

    NAZ SHAMEEM TALKING ABOUT DECREE & HER WANNA BEE GOOD GOVERNANCE ISSUES....GO JUMP YOU TIN POT SUPPORTER OF ILLEGAL TAKEOVER.

    WHY DO YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT THESE ISSUES WHEN YOU'RE ALREADY IN COLLUSION WITH AN ILLEGAL REGIME. WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO YOUR BRAINS OR AR YOU MAKING YOUR TAIL THINK FOR YOU.

    WE LOVE TO SEE YOU IN MINI IN NABORO MAXIMUM - NO BLANKET ON CEMENT FLOOR ONE DAY.

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  18. This is a real test for unionism in fiji. The leaders who are geniune representatives of workers excluding Rajendra Chaudry who was quick to get onto the band wagon for a cheap shot,should put their neck ou now or never. Come what may thw workers rights should be protected at all costs. I ony hope tha Politicians like the Chaudrys should not exploit this situatuion to escape criminal trial for cheating the poor and landless farmers. This regime is only a band aid solution well infact they will face the music when the cycle will turn on them.
    The military is just holding the people of fiji at ransom under an illegal goverment. Tke the guns away and see the actual fun. The globe trotting family will not be able to find a bilili but swim to Cuba or Nukulau.
    An illiterate self proclaimed PM shame on you. It is only to show that he is so scared of the law that he is not man enough to surrender power. That day is not to far away Baini oh na qalo ga.

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  19. Yeah let aiyaz and his boy frank feel the wrath of the workers union. This junta is fragile can be easily brought on it's knees.

    My advise to those freedom fighters is stay away from Fiji till the mission is accomplished. Or seek political assylum where you are and start a new life.

    Thumbs up for democracy!!!!

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  20. Dictator’s toads should be arresting the illegal Junta. But the military and police cowards only like picking on, intimidating and arresting little old ladies and little old men. Shame on all those Servants that carry out the dirty evil orders of the illegal Junta.

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  21. Baini, Kaiyum & Pryde should take a mirror and recite the 3 charges they expect to lay against the 3 unionists and RUM but replacing with their names instead. They will see they are guilty of exactly the same charges. That's what you get when Hypocracy goes against Democracy.

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  22. This will be the spark that lights the fire, first in Australia, then NZ and then the USA.
    These countries have strong, well organized unions. Fiji and it's ports, trade and tourism will be switched off until the regime quits. It will not take long. Then the people of Fiji can enjoy taking their revenge on the dictator and the cruel and thieving bastards that supported him.

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  23. Felix where is your friend James Anthony .

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  24. Who is this tin pot no school, dictator in the pacific doing decrees???

    One week of international snactions will cripple the fiji economy and send him to gail for good where he belongs.

    Threats of PER and arrest will not work any more.

    Challenge the junta to bring the fight on and lets see whether the gun or international sanctions is stronger.

    Time for people and workers revolution.

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  25. Let's see them do it: international eyes on Fiji! Then again, this arrogant mob just the sort to defy for the hell of it.

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  26. KAIVITI in AfghanJuly 18, 2011 at 8:36 PM

    its funny to see that those people who attends those democracy rally in NZ and Ausiiee starts to think about what will happen to them when they come home...........

    Lets put it the other way around ..... put those people in the Bainimarama government and put this two Bainimarama and Khaiyum in that democarcy rally overseas, will they like what they did or they hate them..

    SEGA NA LEQA QARA NA LEQA.......... QO SA QAI RERE TIKO.

    WAILEI MEU BULA.........

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  27. C4.5 you have the illegal regime running to 'explain' itself yet again. Keep it up.


    Vodafone Fiji rubbishes allegations leveled against the company
    Publish date/time: 18/07/2011 [17:09]


    Vodafone Fiji clarified that no military personnel in the history of the mobile phone company have ever been permitted to enter Vodafone’s exchange or monitor calls.

    Vodafone Fiji’s Chairman, Lionel Yee said the company also does not have the technological capabilities to allow mobile phones to be tapped or intercepted.

    Yee said there is no legislation in Fiji that permitted the interception or monitoring of calls by state agents unlike countries such as Australia and New Zealand which have an Interception Act.

    He said mobile phone billing records are only released to the Director CID’s office on production of a court order such as a search warrant.

    Meanwhile Yee also said it has become necessary to issue a statement in response to false published statements about their Managing Director, Aslam Khan and Vodafone Fiji.

    Yee stated that Aslam Khan has never been detained in the United States.

    He also said that Khan has never been frisked in the US by State Agents of the US at anytime, and neither Khan nor Vodafone is involved in financing terrorist activities or terrorism.

    Lionel Yee stated that Khan has been at the helm of Vodafone Fiji for the last 17 years with an impeccable record and distinguished professional career.

    He also said that Khan is a respected business executive and member of the community.


    Story by: Vijay Narayan

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  28. What risk did felix, urai and rajeshwar singh? They got the backing of unions in aust and Nz. People have short memory. Its the same tactic used by MPC in 87.

    Felix and urai were coup supporters in the fnpf board. Rajeshwar is a sly. He was in the HFC board. Now doing things against country for what? For themselves and too fill pocket and seek pr in aust and nz.

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  29. Someone should get the message to them. Cos this should prepare them they need to make sure the Aust TWU is still keeping an eye out for them. I don't support them personally but Khaiyum and Pryde shouldn't get away with this BS.

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  30. Yes, illegal regime, snatch FADURS and face immediate shut down of the airport.
    We the people of Fiji are ready to starve to get our country back for our sons and daughters and future generations.
    Todays situation will not change much for the ordinary people as we are already not able to afford all these overseas food with the much inflated price due to duties, devaluation and 15% VAT, while we have no jobs, no income and reduced pension.
    Only Voreqes/Ayass/illegal government supporters and army children are enjoying overseas food.
    Yes, bring on the sanctions and let us free Fiji.

    God Bless Fiji.

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  31. GOOD ON YOU PM AND AG FOR TAKING FIJI THUS FAR. PUNNISH THOSE WHO DISOBEY YOUR COMMAND AND SHOW THEM YOU ARE THE RULER.

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  32. They should be arrested - whether its now for betrayal of frank, or later for betrayal of the people - either way,,,,,,they should be imprisoned ,,,,,,ie RUM, Felix, Urai and Rajend. They shud not piggy back on the pro dems to save their skins. if u do the crime,,,,,do the time ,,,,,no excuses!

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  33. FDFM welcomed the unionists, since we all fighting the common enemy.....better to band together and fight rather than segregating......Thumbs Up to Democracy!!

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  34. To all the Freedom fighters I salute you for your bravery and dedication to the course.To those that came from Fiji to tell the whole world abuot the truth of poverty,suffering and deprivation of human right in our beloved country,you are uor heros.
    Keep up the fight for the oppressed and look forward to a better future because the time is near.
    THUMBS UP TO DEMOCRACY.

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