|FROM GRAFFITI TO STRIKE DAYS: Viti Revolution Forces.|
VRF has dubbed next Monday (August the 29th), as "NO WORK, NO SERVICE DAY."
The group is timing the action for the court hearing of trade unionist, Daniel Urai of FTUC.
VRF has adopted a more aggressive tone and is warning its request will become demands if not met, saying it will carry out the necessary steps to make sure it achieves its goal.
"VRF has demonstrated their capabilities on the buses with a small operations (as pictured) and if they do not adhere to the kind request by the VRF, unfortunately and sadly, they will face the consequences.
"Same goes with the taxi operators, and ignorance of VRF request will be dealt severely.
"We do not intend to harm any civilian or their property. We do understand this is your bread and butter. But sacrifices have to be made and it has to be done NOW."
The Group says it will do everything it can to destabilise the regime and it needs the help of Fiji.
It is also calling on the unions and other political and non-political organisations to get their workers to declare Monday a "NO WORK, NO SERVICE DAY".
It says: "We are watching. Your co-operation will be greatly appreciated, otherwise will be dealt accordingly."