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Friday, January 6, 2012

Bainimarama: There is nothing I want more than a truly democratic govt

(Friday 6th January, 2012 No:13/MOI)
ADDRESS ON THE REMOVAL OF PUBLIC EMERGENCY REGULATIONS BY FIJIAN PRIME MINISTER COMMODORE VOREQE BAINIMARAMA

 
Ladies and gentlemen: As I announced in my New Year’s address, the Public Emergency Regulations will be lifted from tomorrow. This marks an important step toward the public consultations for the formation of a new constitution under which truly democratic elections can be held. I shall give further details in due course of the shape and form of the consultations which will commence in February.

 
No modern state wishes anarchy upon itself. The acts of terrorism, racial riots, religious and ethnic vilification and other disturbances have given rise to legal safeguards in even the metropolitan countries such as Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and India—to name a few.

 
In Fiji, we too have experienced terrorism such as the events of 2000, during which government members were held captive by terrorists for close to two months. They held the country to ransom while being aided and abetted by political elites, religious groupings and self interested individuals. Suva and other centres including Muaniweni was systematically ransacked, looted and terrorised.

 
We must never allow this to happen again. Nor must we allow those who will create such a situation to act with impunity.

 
Many countries have placed limitations on rights where warranted and deemed necessary to safeguard society, to ensure stability and indeed to ensure continued liberties.

 
For example, in UK, a person can be detained on the grounds of suspicion of terrorism for 14 days and the period of detention can be extended with the consent of the court. In Singapore, a person can be detained for up to 2 years without trial if national security is concerned. 


In Australia, a person's movement can be restricted for preventative measures or tracking devices can be installed on the person to monitor his or her movements. 

In USA, the President and Attorney General can authorise the detention of persons for undefined periods for suspicion of terrorism.
 
In Australia and other countries, racial and religious vilification in public gatherings and even on the internet has been criminalised.

 
We in Fiji have not had such safeguards in law and enforceable in a transparent manner. However, now the Public Order Act, which has been in force in Fiji since independence, has been modernised through the Public Order (Amendment) Decree 2012. This modernization is necessary to effectively address terrorism, offenses against public order and safety, racial and religious vilification, hate speech, and economic sabotage.

 
We in Fiji will not go to such extreme as some of the countries I have mentioned. For example, for any breach of the offences under the Public Order Act, a person can only be detained for a maximum of 48 hours and if need be for a further 14 days but only if the Commissioner of Police deems it necessary and with the consent of the Minister. No person can be detained for more than 14 days without being brought before the court. In Fiji, we will also not allow tracking devices being installed on individuals.

 
Over the past few years, my Government has brought about a number of structural and institutional changes to break from the past and to position Fiji for the future.

 
We have sought to empower Fijians, modernize our country, and strengthen our economy. We have sought to rid our society and institutions of behaviour and practices that discriminate, that spread prejudice and misinformation.

 
It has resulted in an overall decrease in the crime rate, the creation of a stable society—one that is safe for everyone including individuals, communities and businesses to succeed.

 
Under our past governments, corruption prevailed, our economy was mismanaged, and society was rife with political uncertainty—which fostered racial, ethnic and religious bigotry.

 
Although these governments were condoned either directly or implicitly by many, including our neighbours Australia and New Zealand, they were not just, not fair and not truly democratic. They led to intolerance, uncertainty and potential upheaval.
No society, no country—and indeed not Fiji—can ever be free if we do not remove or at the very least address directly these societal and political ills.

 
Over the past few years, this is what my Government has done.

 
The imposition of the PER provided stability during this time of reform and change.
These reforms and changes—which have been for the clear betterment of society—include, among others:

 
• Implementation of a common and equal citizenry
• Outlaw of institutionalized racism and other discriminatory practices
• Codifying equal rights for women
• Creation of FICAC
• Creation of the Independent Legal Services Commission
• Instituting a Child Welfare Decree
• Putting in place a new Crimes Decree
• Creating a transparent and sustainable provident fund
• Equal distribution of land lease monies
• And Restructured Fiji Sugar Corporation and the Sugar industry
• Getting better returns for landowners and providing security for tenants

 
All of this has made for a better society—one that is more fair, just and transparent meeting international standards. And in the last few years, Fiji has been able to do great things, some of which include:

 
• We have been able to make unprecedented investments in education, healthcare, technology and communications.
• We have invested greatly in rural, remote and maritime areas—including electrification, roads and bridges and internet access.
• We have provided free text books, subsidized bus fares, food vouchers for the poor and those who live on the margins of society.
• We have seen record-high numbers of visitors enjoying our country.
• We have expanded our diplomatic ties to more nations than ever before.
• We have brokered many successful partnerships to create jobs and diversify our economy.
• we have given the impetus for private sector, both local and international, growth and investment
• And we have even been able to cut taxes for 99 percent of taxpayers.

 
But none of this could have been done successfully if politicians, religious organizations, and self-interested individuals had been allowed to fan the flames of prejudice and intolerance.

 
We would not have been able to move forward, if they kept us in the past. As we have seen of late and even through the so called freedom blogs there are still some who are clinging on to the past, some who seek to advance themselves even though it is through racial or religous vilification, defamation, encouraging terror and violence or simply lying about Fiji.

 
Negativity would have been further exacerbated by the media bias in particular of the Fiji Times and Fiji TV. Media is undoubtedly powerful and critical for a well informed public. However, personal, political and racial agendas cannot be allowed to take precedence and continue behind the façade of a free press.

 
Like with all societies, the safeguard and well-being of the nation must come first. Without stability, without the right to exercise our own sovereignty, no nation can progress, no nation can prosper.

 
I urge all Fijians not to be influenced by those self-interested individuals, politicians, religious organizations, and others who may seek to disrupt the stability we have enjoyed in the past three years.

 
There is nothing more I want than a Fiji with a truly democratic government, one representative of all Fijians. For the first time in our history, we are on the path to making this a reality. We must get there.

 
But know that elections cannot be held in an environment devoid of social cohesion and economic stability.

 
Know that those who seek to destabilize society only do so to serve their own interests. They do not serve you.

 
Also know that we will not tolerate an iota of disruption to the peace, safety, stability and common and equal citizenry we now enjoy.

 
We cannot claim to be truly free and maintain a liberal society if we are beholden to self-interest and prejudice and seek to advance ourselves at the expense of our fellow citizens and the well being of our country.

 
We are all Fijians. Let us continue on our path to a new constitution and elections—for all of Fiji and for a better Fiji.

102 comments:

  1. There is nothing we want more than the removal of Bainimarama.

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  2. VUTUSONA IN NABOROJanuary 6, 2012 at 4:18 PM

    LASULASU

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  3. READ Paragraph 9. The PER is being substituted by the Public Order Decree (Amendment) 2012!!!!
    Qorvis must have had a hand in preparing this media release because it has attempted (without success) to "bury" the real story - Bainimarama's hoodwinking of the Fiji and international communities. And the new DECREE wasn't even ready for public perusal when Bainimarama made his statement on Radio Fiji.
    DECEPTION OF THE HIGHEST ORDER!!! Qorvis should be condemned by the American Society of Professional Journalsits. Sharom Smith-Johns must now be getting her money's worth for investigating in strategies in formulating misleading/diversionary tactics!!

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  4. Bainimarama - release all details about Nur Bano $2m dollar fees for Rewa Dairy restructure, release details about ministerial salaries, details about Neim Constructions tenders etc... you are are liar, chor chor chor

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  5. the public order decree 2012 is worse than the per. bainimarama and aiass and naivalurua are running scared. the people need to act now or forever lament.

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  6. your job is done go back to nabua let the real politician run the country tired of seeing and hearing your bullsit

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  7. Nur Bano also bought an expensive property in Sydney recently. How did RBF let the money go? Frank cut the crap and stand aside. No one voted for you kaivikau.

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  8. I will believe all this as long as Bainimarama commits to disarm and down size the army and bring it under democratic civilian government control. If so I am his man as it is long overdue and has been the curse of Fiji, its economy, its investment and the poverty levels. Prior to 1987 we were heading for a rich, happy nation. COMMIT and I will join you to find a way out of this disaster.

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  9. HAHA!! BAINIMARAMA AND QORVIS MUST BE THINKING THAT EVERYBODY IS STUPID LIKE THEM SOLDIERS. THIS IDIOT DICTATOR HAS GOT NO SHAME.

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  10. ISA SA RATOU VIA MASIA MAI VEI KEDA NA LEWE NI VANUA. SORRY FOLKS YOU WILL ALL STILL BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE FOR ALL YOUR EVIL DOINGS. YOU ARE WORSE THAN ALL THOSE WHO DID THE COUP.

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  11. he thinks we are stupid - just heard he put another decree in place - same thing - wanker thinks we are as dumb as he is

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  12. He says this with a straight face knowing he is well beyond scrutiny or consequences (so far) and he and his family his AG and his family, have done rather well out of this coup hasn't he?

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  13. Go to nabukalou and wash your mouth , tamata lasulasu....

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  14. There is some merit in whats been said with regards to RIGHTS, but with rights also come responsibilities the problem we had is some wanted rights but it was exclusive rights with exclusion of the many? So are we to see change in the stance of the Aussie & NZ Govts towards Fiji-i don't think so simply because Frank really couldn't care less what these to neighbours of ours thought. The Fijians have seen both bad and good times-right now all depends on the iTaukei and no amount of howling will change things! If there is anything to read in all of this is the letter by S.Rabuka with his various apologise well its too damn little too late because what you started has been left to another to complete-question is to what extent?

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  15. God punish the evils... Nur's Son....opened the Gay Bar in Sydney's KingCross. Now she & zarina have to deal with a gay son. Nur & Zarina Gay too.

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  16. VORE IS THE BIGGEST TERRORIST!!! HOLDING THE PEOPLE OF FIJI AT RANSOM.

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  17. Nur Bano buying a House in Sydney, thought she and family on OZ blacklist. OZ Govt just helping them out in the Background, but denying everything in Public. Eda sa vakaloloma ga na Kaiviti ena veika qo.

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  18. Are we actually paying Qorvis for this bullshit amateur spin?

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  19. There is a Rewa Dairy Documents (Payment Voucher totaling over $2m paid to BDO Nur Bano Ali firm, just like the Chaudhry $2m documents, this will be provided to NZ Media soon....keep watching.......

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  20. Baini will be the best PM we will have.
    No racist policies, no bludging by chiefs and common fijians to see a better life.
    All those showing anti Baini remarks are cowards!

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  21. FRanks Billboards...

    People of Fiji...did you see and read the spary painting on Voreqe's face on his Billboards around the country

    IT SAYS.....LIAR ; MUDERER ; THIEF ;
    TERRORIST.

    This is a true definition of the man in the hot set. So how can the bastard talk about peace, growth, prosperity, law & order etc etc.
    Whe Voreqe & Aiayaz & Co are the biggest notorious criminals in FIJI.

    We're not as stupid as you think Frank...bull-eye. a bullet waiting for your head......its on the way.

    Frank you have people right under your nose including yourself are stealing from ordinary tax payers. You and your family, Aiyaz and his aunties Nur Bano & Naz Shameem etc etc are stealing for government coffers. Your team are the biggest corrupt bastards.

    Can you stop the blame game because while you blame other governments, people voted them and should be up to the people of Fiji to vote them out.

    WHO VOTED YOU IN - KANA LOTO.
    YOU GUYS ARE ALL UNACCOUNTABLE TO ANYBODY EXCEPT YOURSELVES, BLOODY SUCKERS.

    lET ALL YOUR KAWA AND SIBLINGS BE CURSED AND BURNED IH HELL - SON OF LUCIFER.

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  22. Bai has done better than Rabuka/Qarase/Chaudary we must all admit
    Rabuka/Qarase must be time and again thinking "Why didnt we do that or this?"
    SIMPLE- YOU WERE TOO BUSY WITH RACISM-Where we can leave out the taxpaying/land renting Indians!
    As for Chaudary- how can we attack businesses!

    FRANK HAS PROVED- THINK OF FIJI NOT INDIAN, METHODIST/MUSLIM/KAILAU, KAIBAU ETC!
    Help businesses grow for economy and employment to grow

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  23. what garbage. qorvis can't do better than writing this hack bullshit. Piggy you are a corrupt nutter wallowing in ur own filth with ur swine family. U will all get along with greedy Nur Bano, swine Southey & ZBDO retard and all u filthy mongrels.

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  24. bainimarama tukuna mada vei kemami se vei na vanua i vuravura e sega kina na veivakaduiduitaki e viti e tiko nai taukei e nodra na vanua cava se cava erai taukei tiko ga lako mada ki china se idia rawa ni ko kaya ni ko kai vanua oya sega baleta o iko lako yani sa tawa tu na vanua na lawa lako mada kina dua na matanitu vakamusulomani saga mo ko veisautaka na nodra lawa sega ni rawa baleta oiko vulagi oira nai taukei na kaukauwa cava e tu vai kemudou mo dou veisautaka kina na lawa ni noda vanua na cala ni nomuni vakatulewa era na sotava na luvei viti ni mataka nanuma what goes around come around

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  25. Anon @9.17pm. You're full of shit, just like Vuaka. Stop licking Vuaka's arse as that's exactly what you're doing. Perhaps you're Bai's vutulaki partner.

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  26. Be afraid, be very afraid.

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  27. Dropping the PER and reviving the Public Order Act: anybody who believes Bai's wish for good governance is stupid.

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  28. The junta is a gang of dozen thugs who have been minting corrupt monies.

    Removal of the PER means the end game for these thugs.

    The people power revolution will do citizen arrest of these thugs for public trial.

    Frankie made the coup to hide his own corruption.

    Who elected these thugs.

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  29. Frank has no shameJanuary 7, 2012 at 12:45 AM

    Frank thinks comparing the so-called records of other countries to Fiji's martial lawis okay. He conveniently forgets his dirty self was not elected to the position he is desperately fighting to keep. All those who supported Frank in this coup...Esala Teleni, Pita Driti, Tevita Mara helped create this monster who now thinks he can become President.

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  30. C4.5 please block idiots like David Gavidi and co s from Fiji Economic Forum from coming on annonymously to this site and soiling it with their filth. They are some of the extremists spreading BS about the democracy movement and the blogs.

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  31. Good on you NZ AND AUSSIE, you figured what was coming from a stingky mouth.....DOU NA BOKA...YAVU MACAWA.

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  32. voreqe sona levu nai taukei ni vanua e kilai e na lawa ni UN Decl in Indigenous Rights tamata ukkukau vakamumuri vakalialia drau vicai kaiyum
    caita nomu lawa vou qori magaitinamu

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  33. I have not heard any advice from the honourable Prime Minister with regards to an investigation onto the QEB death of a Police Officer.

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  34. Bai and Khayum Naboro waiting for you and your gangs

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  35. and Nur Bano's personal interests since 2006 and then everything will be revealed as o who has been milking the country; Its all BS.. that Interim Admin has done lot for Fiji.
    They should be tried in courts and not allowed to participate in any Elections...

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  36. C4.5 allowing personal name calling such as allowing one to be called pig or ass licker is no way gonna help in nation building. Let's show some responsibility and come up with constructive comments either for or against the current govt.

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  37. "I urge all Fijians not to be influenced by those self-interested individuals, politicians, religious organizations, and others who may seek to disrupt the stability we have enjoyed in the past three years." Its you and your family and your keen dumb ass followers who have enjoyed life in the past three years while we the innocent have to struggle to make ends meet for our families...Your speech is fit for those in St. Giles for they will give you a standing ovation...one blind mouse leading another...please go hang yourself in the name of freedom...Thumbs Up for Freedom...Peace!

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  38. Me da se lai veka mada.

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  39. Hungry, hungry hypocrite

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  40. I see that to draw justification to the latest imposition of the Public Order amendment, examples have been made of UK, USA, Singapore, Australia etc. We all know that threats of terrorism in these countries are real and invariably they come or are influenced from the outside, from terror organisations. Therein lies the difference. The threat in Fiji is within...it is right there in Delainabua, the Fiji Military themselves.

    All the coups that have ever occurred in Fiji, I have lost count of them, members of the Military forces are involved, military weapons are utilized, military officers plan and execute them, military officers benefit..yes they benefit!! These are on record and are undeniable.

    So please spare us the agony by not trying to justify the decree. This had been expected all along.

    Whilst on the topic of comparing us with other countries, let me highlight a few truths:

    * in these countries the military is subservient to the government of the day

    * in these countries the soldiers swear an oath of allegiance and they know what it means and they uphold it

    * in these countries ministers are elected and are paid by the Ministry of Finance

    * in these countries the courts are independent

    * in these countries the judges swear on oath to uphold the constitution....not serve their self righteous leaders that appoint them

    * in these countries public accounts are provided so that taxpayers know how their hard earned tax have been spent by government

    I could go on and on....it all smacks of RERE NI DA CALA TIKO.

    God is waiting to hear repentance guys. It is never too late.

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  41. Nur's son and Aiyaz are backdoor partners. In the family interest of course.

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  42. Under the Public Order Amendment Decree 2012 any person who commits an act of terrorism shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable upon conviction to imprisonment for life.

    Any person who harbours or conceals, prevents, hinders or interferes with the apprehension of any other person knowing or having reason to believe that the other person has committed, is planning or likely to commit an act of terrorism, or is a member of the group involved in the act of terrorism commits an offence and shall be liable upon conviction to imprisonment for life.

    Any person who knowingly provides or offers to provide a weapon to a person, group or organisation involved in the act of terrorism, a member of any such group or organisation involved in the act of terrorism , any other person for use by or for benefit of a group or organisation involved in the act of terrorism or a member of any such group or organisation commits an offence and shall be liable upon conviction to imprisonment for life.

    Any person who knowingly participates in a group involved in the act of terrorism knowing that it is a terrorist group commits an offence and shall be liable upon conviction to life imprisonment.

    If any police officer has reasonable suspicion that a person has acted or is about to act in a manner prejudicial to public safety or the preservation of the peace or is about to commit an offence against public order or an offence against this Act or upon being by a police officer, fails to satisfy the police officer as to his or her identity, address or place of employment or as to the purpose for which he or she is in the place in which he or she is found, then such police officer may arrest without warrant him or her and detain him or her pending inquiries.

    No person shall be detained under the powers conferred by subsection (1) for a period exceeding 48 hours except with the authority of the Minister on whose directions such a person may be detained for a further period of 14 days if the Minister is satisfied that the necessary enquiries cannot be completed within 48 hours.

    In Section 17 C (1) of the Decree, it shall be lawful for any member of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces when so directed by his or her commanding officer at the request of or with the concurrence of the Commissioner of Prisons and Corrections Service or the Commissioner of Police as the case maybe to perform all or any of the duties and functions of a prisons officer or police officer.

    In and to the extend necessary for the performance by him or her of any of the duties or functions of a prisons officer under the provisions of this section any member of the RFMF shall have all the powers, privileges of a prisons officer and police officer.

    Story by: Ronal Deo

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  43. Why is it now, all of a sudden, such prominence has been given to the Public Order Act of 1969. If it was there all along, why couldn't they have used it all these while....well may be they were using it without telling us.

    Was it used to Kill Rabaka?

    Was it used to Kill Verebasaga?

    Was it used to Kill cop in the pool?

    Was it used to Kill Malasebe?

    Was it used to burn homes of oppositions?

    Was it used to punch women?

    Was it used torture those taken to camp?

    Was it used to hide the doings of senior officers...Qiliho sacked by UN..mai vuni tale tiko qo i na keba! Tikoitoga's affairs? Suspicious deaths etc etc Was it used to get KEAN out of gaol?

    Was it used to get the Rabaka murderers out of gaol?

    Was it used to get the scapegoat in Verebasaga's case out of gaol?

    O NI SA VEIBULU GA E VEI MACAWA....it's never too late guys. Ni veivutuni..NA KALOU E RAI TIKO.

    I remember straight after the coup in 06 the whole military were fasting ( e ra lolo). I wonder what they fasted about? Na cava o ni lolovaka?

    Vakaloloma dina!!

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  44. Fiji's regime issues new public order laws
    Suva
    January 7, 2012


    FIJI'S government has stepped back from a promise of a more open society, imposing new controls on public order just a day before it was supposed to lift more than two years of emergency rule.

    While the new controls are a somewhat looser version of the emergency rule imposed by Commodore Frank Bainimarama (pictured) in 2009, critics of the military ruler are expected to decry the latest move as further evidence of bad faith.

    The government had announced on New Year's Day that it would lift the emergency rule on Saturday, but the new rules indicate that the military government will still maintain tight control.
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    This ''modernisation'' of public order controls was necessary to deal with ''terrorism, offences against public order and safety, racial and religious vilification, hate speech and economic sabotage'', Commodore Bainimarama told reporters yesterday. Commodore Bainimarama, who seized power in a coup in late 2006, imposed the emergency regulations in mid-2009 after the Court of Appeal ruled that his military government was illegal.

    The self-appointed prime minister said the latest public order laws were not extreme when compared with other countries.

    ''For example, for any breach of the offences under the Public Order Act, a person can only be detained for a maximum of 48 hours, and if need be for a further 14 days, but only if the commissioner of police deems it necessary and with the consent of the minister,'' he said. The police commissioner is a member of the country's ruling military clique.

    While the previous detention rules were loosened, a ban against public meetings was also expected to be relaxed, but that was not the case.

    Commodore Bainimarama said yesterday his government wanted to empower Fijians, modernise the country and strengthen the economy.

    In a statement on Sunday, he stressed that public order would be maintained.

    He said he would soon announce nationwide consultation for a new constitution, beginning next month, to establish a democratically elected government.

    His regime has already created a media council with powers that ensure the state's continuing control over what is published.

    Under the new rules, military censors are expected to disappear permanently from media newsrooms.

    But stiff $F100,000 ($A49,000) fines for breaching content regulations will come into force for news organisations.

    AP

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  45. Ex Fiji Times

    Public Order Act modernised

    Avinesh Gopal
    Saturday, January 07, 2012

    THE Public Order Act, which has been in force since independence, has been modernised.

    Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said the Act had been modernised through the Public Order (Amendment) Decree 2012.

    "This modernisation is necessary to effectively address terrorism, offences against public order and safety, racial and religious vilification, hate speech and economic sabotage," he said.

    Commodore Bainimarama said many countries had placed limitations on rights where warranted and deemed necessary to safeguard society, to ensure stability and ensure continued liberties.

    He said Fiji did not have such safeguards in law and enforceable in a transparent manner.

    Also, he said, Fiji would not go to such extreme measures as some of those countries.

    "For example, for any breach of the offences under the Public Order Act, a person can only be detained for a maximum of 48 hours and if need be for a further 14 days but only if the Commissioner of Police deems it necessary and with the consent of the minister."

    "No person can be detained for more than 14 days without being brought before the court.

    "In Fiji, we will also not allow tracking devices being installed on individuals."

    Commodore Bainimarama said the government had brought about a number of structural and institutional changes to break from the past and to position Fiji for the future.

    He said the government had sought to empower Fijians, modernise the country and strengthen the economy.

    "We have sought to rid our society and institutions of behaviour and practices that discriminate, that spread prejudice and misinformation.

    "It has resulted in an overall decrease in the crime rate, the creation of a stable society ù one that is safe for everyone including individuals, communities and businesses to succeed."

    Commodore Bainimarama said corruption prevailed under past governments, the economy was mismanaged and society was rife with political uncertainty, which fostered racial, ethnic and religious bigotry.

    "No society, no country - and indeed not Fiji - can ever be free if we do not remove or at the very least address directly these societal and political ills," he said.

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  46. Destroy the Economy, dismantle the Cultural and Indigenous Institutions, create chaos and fear within Society, break up the Unions and opposition Parties, create unemployment, then start giving out jobs and start building roads to impress the gullible and employ the desperate.
    IT"S ALL BEEN DONE BEFORE :-
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reichstag_Fire_Decree

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gestapo

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  47. PUBLIC ORDER DECREE IS ANOTHER PER IN DISGUISE. ONLY PEOPLE PRESSURE WILL GET RID OF IT ..

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  48. its good news to see bai doing a good job for the betterment of fiji now and for the future....

    keda meda galu mada ga ka da waraka na ka vinaka sa cakava jiko o koya ena vei koro vakaviji...


    vinaka...


    ex navy

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  49. Whoever wrote VB's speech should check his facts first. They using QORVIS to increase their standing with international players.
    Bottom line - they downgrading the people's economic lives.

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  50. can hear the marimari tone in Frank's qorvis writtern speech. Ni ko tamata sonalevu kua ni vakayavalata na bure ni kadi!

    ex navy caijitukamu.

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  51. Rabaka, Verebasaga and Malasesbebe all deserved to die. Bloody home invaders. Fiji doesn't need any home invaders.

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  52. MOHAMMED INTIAZ SUWARJanuary 7, 2012 at 1:12 PM

    DAN GAVIDI BASTRARD STOP MOLESTING OUR INDIAN GIRLS IN MINISTRY OF INFORMATION - BLACKMAILING THEM FOR SEX IN RETURN FOR JOB - STOP MASI POLO NUR BANO AND HER LOVER SUNIL.... POA IS WORST THAN PER, AT LEAST PER WAS TEMPORARRY BUT AMENDED POA IS THERE FOR GOOD.

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  53. why is that indian girl in Raw F N doing a blow job in the Min of Info....??
    Isn't that an office or is it? This military govt is made up of murderers, liars, con men and adulterers and sexual deviants like Mo Tikoitoga, gavidi and his indian girls in Min Info (plus sharon the aussie bitch of course)

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  54. @Ex navy 12.07

    Hahaha na cava e sa cakava ena veikoro2. Rite I see now, to get their FAVOUR for the coming election like he had promised. E so sara na ka vinaka e sa cakava baleta na vanua o Viti ia e vaka lada ga e levu ga na ka e tawa tiko kina na nona taga vaka na nona lako tiko e veiseivura2 baleta na caka bisinisi e Viti. Must tu ga baci ra soli lavo ga vei koya i kia qai dolovi Viti vei ira mera mai caka bisinisi vata na saumi tiko vakatau dodonu ena noda lavo na taxpayers wili kina o iko. Karua na nona vei vakamatei like of a terrorist. Kila na cava o ratou na nonai lawalawa e play mapolo taki koya sara tikoga. O ira qo era vaka degree se masters ko ra play mapolo taki koya tiko qo o ira tiko na vasu ia o iko vamumuri wale sara tu ga. Era na manipulate taka tiko nona mona o ira na vuku qo qai o ira tale na vasu bhot lawakica. Nanuma e sega ni dua na ka vinaka e kauta vavo sara ke o lai masia tiko na yavana ena SO CALLED PM OFFICE.

    VINA DU!!!!!!!!!!

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  55. More sleight of hand by Bainimarama and Aiyaz, now with the help of Qorvis. The PER hasn't gone away; it's just been rebranded. Bainimarama isn't going away, either; he's just going to use a stacked constitutional process and sham elections to reinvent himself as Fiji's president for life.

    Who is terrorising who here? Like the PER, the POA "allows" Bainimarama to use the RFMF against Fijian civilians, as it has already, in brazenly abusive fashion, without due process, with impunity, and without legal recourse. RFMF, there's your man! Arrest him!

    Not all of the regime's "modernising" has been bad. But the POA is not about modernising at all. To the countries cited it bears little resemblance, but of Nazi Germany it is quite reminiscent.

    Also, you have to admit that while crushing freedom and selling out Fiji to the Chinese and the Russians is all very reprehensible, retaining an amoral American PR firm to justify it is a stroke of demonic genius.

    s/ Dakuwaqa

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  56. isa e so vei kemuni ni vosa tu ga vakalialia. ni tovolea mo ni sarava mada vakamalua na ka au via tukuna jiko... raica mada na gaunisala, livaliva, wai.....sa cakava rawa o bai.....io na matanitu sa oti kece era se yalataka tu mai yacova saraga ni qai mai cakava i bai....da kua mada ni kawaitaka na tawa ni nona taga...qori qai nona....keimami na tu qo vaka nakoro keimami vinakata mada ga na wai...livaliva...gaunisala me yaco yani vei keimami......sa oti na gauna ni veivakalolomataki i liu koya me da wawa tu mai yacova tale na matanitu e tarava......ra bose sa baci da rogoca ni se kau cake....ena gauna ni bose ni yasana.....

    da tovolea me waraka mada na election me da qai baci mai lasutaki.....sa rauti viti vinaka ga na dakai me liutaki keda tikoga....me rawa ni kua na yalayala kei na lasu e caka tu mai liu.....

    ni kalougata

    ex navy

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  57. Why I am I a subject Here? So what if I am with Nur Bano. She likes darker man. Back off you losers.

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  58. Ex Navy

    Na vu levu ni nona cakava na coup or Crank baleta na corruption,

    Kesa tawana tiko nona taga, veitalia ke vakalivalivataki Viti taucoko se na gaunisala me wavokiti Viti taucoko, ia ena gauna mai muri ena kilai ko koya ni tamata veidabui, veivakalaboci ka lawaki ca.

    Sa mate ko Gadaffi qai kilai ki 20 na bilioni ($20 billion) na nona assets e tu e vei yasai vuravura.

    Kakua ni guilecava na level ni Poverty ena gauna oqo esa voleka ni vakatolu taki vakatauvatani ni se bera na coup.

    Ena pepa ni kua era sa laki protitute na tina ni gone me bula kina na matavuvale.

    Au sega ni kila se cava ko raica tiko. Baleta beka niko ex navy, au vakabauta ni na donu tiko ga vei iko nai lakolako oqo ka veitalia saraga mada ga keratou na gunuti tavioka ena vei siga na gone e vale.

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  59. Anon@9.16am. Bai is a pig and his followers and supporters are all ass lickers, like you.

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  60. Mark Manning hit the nail on the head exactly what the White Settlers did to the Aborigenes in Australia! So now we know where Frank learnt his lesson from? Only diffrence is Frank has not killed off the iTaukei like the Whites have done to the Aborigenes with diseases and total lack helarh care facilities-It almost a Gestapo style as good old 'buck tooth 'John Howard use to say- there was no killings or planned extemination or murder of the Aborigenes! Or as one white fallow said to me years ago in Sydney "we just used them for TARGET practice!

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  61. Io kevaka ko rogoca na noqu vakamacala mai cake....kua mada ni nanuma na vica na bilioni e tawana ena nona taga....kevaka e butako tiko ena qai saumi ga vei koya....sega ni o kedaru daru na tauca na vuana....na ka madaga au via tukuna tiko na wai..livaliva kei na gaunisala e tarai keimami qo na tu ena koro kei na veiyanuyanu......sa vakarawarawa taka na veitosoyaki mai nakoro.....vakabibi na vuli kei veitosoyaki mai nakoro...kevaka ko dau lako i nakoro ko rawa ni kila na kena duidui levu....baleta kevaka o butako tiko o na tauca ga na vuana.....sega ni o au....ke mani bilioni sara se tirilioni na levu ni lavo e butakoca o bai.....daru na sega ni tarogi kina se cava?????? vakaraica vakamalua ni tekivu na election qai raica na matanitu qo ena ka vinaka ena kauta mai vei keda.......da vakasarava madaga ka da galu mada ga.....sega ni ka ni ex navy e ka ga ni vakasama vakavinaka.........


    vinaka..

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  62. Vinaka vakalevu...GUNI TI TIKO NI KUA...NI MATAKA O KANA STEAK...NA KA ENA VEI KEDA NA KAI VIJI SA DA DAU VINAKATA TU GA NA KECE ME SOLI GA VEI KEDA NI KUA....DA SEGA NI RAWA MADA NI DA BUNO DA QAI KANA.....DA VOSOTA KA DA TOKONA MADA GA NA MATANITU QO NI DA VAKARAU TAKI KEDA YANI ENA LECETION ENA 2014........DA SEGA NI KILA NA NODA TIKO VINAKA MAI MURI.....NA RARAWA NI KUA ...IO NA SAUTU NI MATAKA...


    EX NAVY

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  63. Folks even without the public order decree made publicly available as yet, it helps to read the small print of his speech, and be very aware of some of the illegal & treasonous regimes intentions.

    Apart from the free press (and hey presto hot on the heels of Yabaki too!) to all us freedom loving bloggers, the fine print seems to single out one's freedom of expression via the internet -- so apart from blogs, that could include other social networking mediums like facebook and twitter.

    "As we have seen of late and even through the so called freedom blogs there are still some who are clinging on to the past, some who seek to advance themselves even though it is through racial or religous vilification, defamation, encouraging terror and violence or simply lying about Fiji."

    ...so we need to be aware that the revisions to the public order act also align freedom of expression via the internet as an act/acts of terrorism/terrorists:

    "In Australia and other countries, racial and religious vilification in public gatherings and even on the internet has been criminalised."

    It is not inconceivable that the new decree might also try to reign in overseas based "terrorists".

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  64. Anonymous @8:16pm

    Your comments are spot on. He'll, of course never respond to the atrocious treatment of aborigine landowners of Australia by British Whites !!!

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  65. This guy has lied time and time again, to everyone that will listen.

    I refuse to be fooled again by his promises of so-called progress. Hold a free election and I might not disregard everything you say, Frank. Until then, save the soresore for your own buddies in barracks.

    Noone believes it anymore.

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  66. xnavy, dua na duidui levu ni matanitu digitaka na lewe ni vanua (elected government) kei na dictatorship,:
    Dictatorship, e solia ga na order me caka na cakacaka se ka e gadrevi, no opposition to that,
    Ia na elected govenment e dau tiko na veisaqa ka vuna me dau dredre kina na toso.
    Ya na duidui, got it???, anyway sa vinaka ni sa toso tiko eso na ka.

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  67. EX NAVY MO NANUMA TIKO NA LIVALIVA KEI NA WAI E RA LAI LASUTAKI TIKO KINA MAI NAKORO E RAWA NI CAKAVA E DUA NA MATANITU...KE DOU SEGA NI COUP TAKA NA MATANITU NEI QARASE WARAI NA RA KANA MOCE TU QO NA KAIVITI. BALETA WALEGA NA SAKASAKA LEVU NI VEILIUTAKI NEI VORE KOYA LAI DOKADOKA TAKI KOYA KINA ME CAKA NA COUP. NI TAMATA DOKADOKA GA.
    IO SA OTI NA VUAVIRI KA DA SA TU QO E LOMANI SEPTIC TANK. A SEGA NI DUA E KEREA ME COUP NA CAIJITAMANA QO. DRAU VICAI!!

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  68. @ Ex-Navy 830pm...Sautu ni nomu sona..o iko kei na nomu PM kei o ira na nona biti dou KANA LOTO...Neimami buno..mamau kina o iko kei na nomudou tikoqe...Money, corruption has made you blind...Ocei e cata na maleka!!Kana Loto..Thumbs up for Freedom...Peace!

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  69. Ex Navy

    Sa rui waca wa nomu post...ka ni tawa sukulu you bavulu.

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  70. POA amended to help FB stay in power due to threats from within Fiji not from terrorists from outside of Fiji. Wake up Fiji smell the kava.

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  71. Speaking with friend in Fiji government and she tells me they have surplus cash in foreign reserves over $2billion. So with negative GDP how is this possible? Anyone know any more facts about this?

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  72. ex navy
    vakacava o ira na dau laba sara veiliutaki tiko qori? na back pay? tokona tiko na ca sona levu!

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  73. @ ex navy, its clear to all that your mentality is zero like your FB, what a shame, " TIS BETTER TO BE QUIET AND BE THOUGHT A FOOL, THEN TO SPEAK OUT AND REMOVE ALL DOUBTS.Sa maumau na vakamacala vei ex navy, sa matata vinaka ni a yacova ga na kalasi tolu,

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  74. Gavidi what the heck are you doing to those poor Indian girls? Just be
    careful there old buddy, cause thing might get too hot real soon?So if I was you, gimme a call as i want to know why you've change and what the f..k is going on?

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  75. Hey ni tu vakamalua ka vakararai.Kemuni qo sa so dina na tamata vosa vakalialia dina...Ni yavu kawa ca...Na ka au via tukuna jiko e sa rauti viji vinaka ga na dakai....ITS NO OTHER WAY...me vaka a tukuna o Majo Gen Rabuka....Sa so dina na kai viji liumuri ...ni yacu tamata macawa ....ni yavu tamata kawa ca dina .....Ni waraka jiko qo na 2014 ni qai raica na ka vinaka ena cakava Bai.....kua ni dua meu raica ena office nei FB...

    Ni yavu kawa ca kece na vosa tiko qo vakalialia...


    Rauta ya...

    ex navy

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  76. ex navy, vakmacalataka mada mai, na i lavo e vakayagataki qori ena ta ni sala kei na livaliva.... e kau mai vei?

    dinau mai Jaina...

    o duavata li mo vakararawataki ira na nomu kawa mai muri ena saumi lesu ni dinau....

    vosa tiko vakasama tiko....
    nomu vakasama e sa tautauvata ga kei na vakasama nei Bainimamara kei kemuni na EX NAVY SE NA NAVY.. E TU KINA NA da

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  77. Ex Navy

    Sa sega ni saumi rawa tiko madaga na dinau ni vei ka o vaka tukuna tiko qori.

    Tara na gaunisala, dinau mai Jaina

    Tara na wavu, dinau mai Jaiana

    Caka na liviliva kina veikoro, dinau mai Jaina

    Sa toso cake nai sau ni livaliva baleta ni sa gadrevi na saumi lesu ni dinau ka sa caka tu qori me baleta na scheme mai Nadarivatu. $250 milion USD.

    Koya na livaliva e sa dodo tiko qori kina na vei korovakaviti e sega ni "free". E saumi na livaliva qori mudrau. Nai lavo lailai sa bau maroroi rawa ena veikoro me baleta na qaravi vuli kei na vei ka tale eso me yaga, e sa na tini kina na saumi FEA bill

    Na levu gona ni dinau sa bini tu qori sa lai tini ki na dinau ca mai Idia. Sa sega tu na saumu rawa na dinau e kau mai na Exim Bank, $80 na milioni. Sa default yabaki rua, e sa lai caka na kerekere vei Idia me boko/vosoti na dinau qori.

    Na veivakatorocake taki ke caka mai na kaukauwa ni rawaka ni matanitu e vinaka. Ia na veivakatorocaketaki koya tara ga mai na vuki dre, e sa na kenai tinitini ga na sisi leve wavoki ni sara veitarataravai mai na dinau ca me vaka na kena sa bini tu qori veiratou na Exim Bank mai Idia.

    Ka vinaka nai rai wavoki koya o vakatukuna tiko mai qori mudrau. Ia mo drau rai wavoki kila, sega ni raiwavoki vakilakila baleta qori ena tini ga ena teketeke wavoki tu i macawa sega na kenai balebale.

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  78. Hahahahahaha sa vosa ca o ex navy hahahahaha......drau bula tamana. O kemuni la na noda ni sa volitaki keda. Qo eda sa mau tu vakaluveniyali tu nai taukei, sega nai lavo, ra veimavolotaki keda na vulagi. Isa ko Viti kei na kena vei gauna vinaka sa oti vakadua.

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  79. ex navy - tamata butako tutu no school,,,,,,,vakaloloma na kai viti ena levu ni nomudou ulukau vakalialiai kemudou tu o kaiyum kei ira nonai lala ni corruption,,,,levu gona ni ulukau dou sa mataboko tale,,,,vaka vei au dou sa soli sona tiko vei ira na dosi dou yavu qauri kawa ca

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  80. Sobo dou bau lomani ex Navy.

    Qori na i soqoni ga ni cola dakai wavoki koya da sa mai raica tiko na kena mata ni meke e dai.

    Na dinau, na dinau ca, na lusi (Air Pacific, FSC), na veidabui (saumi koya vakailoa na "PM" ena nona back pay sagavulunadrau na udolu), na lasu, kei na "vereverea fitifitia ta kai rawa" koya ra dau kaya na turaga mai Natuicake.

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  81. ex navy
    dou na vakaloloma ena veidigidigi ,,,,na vakarokoroko vaka kanace ga e caka tu qori vei kemudou,,,dou lesu ga mai na soqo sa ia na nomudou vosaca taki,,,,,DOU YAVU TAMATA ULUKAU!

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  82. WAWA O KEMUNI QO NI SEGA SARAGA NI TAURA RAWA JIKO NA KA AU VIA TUKUNA JIKO MAHN.......NA KA AU VIA TUKUNA JIKO IKE VEI KEMUNI NIU SEGA NI VIA KILA NA DINAU SENA CORRUPT SE CAVA....NA KA GA AU VIA KILA MEU TUKUNA NI SA VAKALIVALIVA, WAI SEGA NI OFF ENA YAKAVI ME TAWA NA TANK KEI NA GAUNISALA SA TU QO E NAKORO.....NA DINAU ...NA KENA SAUMI AU SEGA SARAGA NI VIA ....QORI DOU QAI VEILEWAI SE KO CEI ME NA SAUMA.....


    AU SA KILA JIKO ENA QAI LAKI SAUMA SARAGA O TAMAMUDOU SA MATE TU ENA BULUBULU.......I DONT GIVE A DAHM SE VIA KILA NA DINAU......QORI TRIPLE KA SE LAKO TIKOGA QO NA INTEREST MAI NA MATANITU SA OTI ....O BAI QAI WALE TIKOGA ENA NOA.....SA DA BAU RAICA RAWA MADAGA NA VOTUKANA NI NONA CAKA2....KENA SAUMI DOU KUA SARA MADA NI VIA KILA....SE VAKILAKILA....BALETA E SEGA NA KENA VAKADINADINA SE PROOF E TIKO MEDA RAICA ....KE KA TABAKA MAI ENA BLOG QO ME RAWA NI DA RAICA....

    EX NAVY

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  83. ex Navy, na oti beka ni water cut cava qori ?

    Na water cut e se ia tu ga qo. Vaka kina na livaliva. Vula sa oti e sogo na wai ki na veisaqata e Suva baleta na leqa ni livaliva

    O irataou mai Veisari e se leqa tu ga na nodratou wai mai na gauna e tauri kina na matanitu ena 2006 me yacova mai na siga nikua

    Toka qori e ra na dina me baleta na tikina qori.

    Tu mada vakamalua ka raica na matani meke sa caka tiko qori. E sa vecalati na i vucu kei na matana. Ne lali kei na derua sa qai off tune sara.

    Water cuts in Labasa
    December 21, 2011 | Filed under: Fiji News | Posted by: Maika
    By SHRATIKA NAIDU
    Fiji Sun

    Residents of Navakasigani, Solove, Bua, parts of Nakama and along Labasa Airport Road experienced water cuts yesterday.
    Ram Krishna who lives near Labasa Airport said his family had been without water since 4am (Monday).
    “We are surprised at first as after so many months we experienced water cuts,” Mr Krishna said.
    He said they were informed by Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) that the water cut was caused by a damaged water pipe.
    Nirmala Devi, a resident of Nakama said she could not do her washing and house chores because she did not have water.
    “If I had known about the water cuts I would have stored water to carry out my work,” Mrs Devi said.
    However, she said she had to wait late afternoon for the water supply to be normalised.
    WAF advised consumers in the Northern Division that it was working to restore water supply by yesterday afternoon

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  84. Ex Navy, toka qori e ra na kena dina

    $3.2 billion mudrau.

    E se bera vakadua ni dua na gauna me vakatekivu mai na gauna ni koloni ka yacova mai na 2006 me leqa na matanitu o Viti ena kena saumi lesu na nona dinau.

    Sa qai mai voroki na yaloka oya ena 2008, ni sa sega ni saumi rawa na dinau kina EXIM Bank mai Idia.

    Oqori beka nai tekiteki mo na qai vakamareqeta ka cibitaka voli. Ai sausau ni veiganua e na i tukutuku ni matanitu ko Viti.

    Oratou o Qarase eratou biuta voli mai a $150 milioni ena gauna eratou vuaviri taki kina

    Mai na $150 million koya ratou biuta tu ena 2006.

    Sa mai yacova na dinau ni Matanitu na $3.2billion ena mua ni yabaki sa oti.

    Kuria ni sega ni tubu na economy

    Kena i soqoni sa toka qori era :

    Tough decisions have to be made
    Publish date/time: 24/11/2011
    [07:37]
    Fijivillage

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    The government is not flushed with money and people need to realize this as we approach the 2012 National Budget announcement.

    Those are the words of the Chief Executive of the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation, Nesbitt Hazelman as he stressed that people should understand that additional allocations mean more revenue measures through taxes or more borrowing.

    Hazelman said tough decisions have to be made.

    There is an audio file attached to this story. Please login to listen.

    According to the 2011 National Budget, government’s total debt stock was $3.1 billion in 2009 compared with $2.9 billion for 2008.

    The 2010 debt stock of both domestic and external debt was estimated at $3.4 billion.

    Meanwhile the Federation will also be watching closely on the incentives offered in the National Budget that will assist businesses in dealing with rising costs.

    There is an audio file attached to this story. Please login to listen.

    The 2012 National Budget will be announced on Friday.


    Story by: Vijay Narayan

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  85. Hey guys, forget the ex-navy fool. Cant blame him, for having only one track mind. it show the colour of his father and mother, if he had any. Its a waste of your time to attack him, let him be and he will POTE out. All your beautiful lectures to him is likened to what the bible says, " Dont give your pearls to swine, for they shall trample it under their feet...."

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  86. Ex Navy, iko a tukuna mai na vosa nei Rabuka,'rauti viti na dakai;'.. iko bau wilika nona kere veivosoti o Rabuka ena pepa? sa qai raica rawa beka o koya na dina ka vu ni nona kere veivosoti, vaka vei au iko rai tiko ga nikua, tubuna rai mada vakalada ga i liu.....

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  87. EX NAVY, SA RAUTA MEDA VALOLOMA TU NAI TAUKEI ENA MATAQALI RAI TU QORI VEI IKO. RAICA QO DOU SA MAI VOROKA TU NAI SAUSAU NI DINAU NI VEIGAUNA ME VAKATEKIVU MAI NA GAUNA NI KOLONI ME YACOVA MAI NA 2006. NA MATAIVALU SA DAU ROGO TU NI RATOU DAU OVERSPEND TAKA NODRATOU BUDGET ME TEKIVU MAI NA GAUNA NEI VORE.. NA VAKAMALUMU WAKANIKAU CAKA TIKO QO O VORE SA LAI SIVI NA 3 BILIONI NA KENAI SAU. E CAVA DOU NANUMA ME QAI VOLITAKI E SO NA WAQA NI NAVY I CHINA ME BOKO KINA NA DINAU? NA WAQA NI NAVY MADA RA TU QORI SA VOLEKA NI RA CICI TU GA RA SAMARINI VAKASAURI.
    SA OTI VAKADUA VEI KEDA NAI TAUKEI!

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  88. Io au sa qai taura rawa na nomuni vakamacala kei na proof ka biu toka qori mai cake..isa vinaka saka vakalevu....baleta au sa tu vakavanua io au tu qo vakagade e vavalagi....oilei sa da lasutaki dina ena levu ni tukutuku eda wilika tiko ena net me baleta na matanitu qo....au sa kerea meu vosoti ena noqu vosa baleti kemuni kece tiko....OI DUA NA BENU LEVU E SA KUMUNI TIKO QORI...SA RAUTA ME DAU BOI CA MAI WALU BAY KEI TOGALEVU ENA GAUNA E DAU CILA KATAKATA KINA NA SIGA......VINAKA NA BLOG SITE QO MAHN

    OILEI TAMAQAU SA TU NA DA......AU SA GALU SARA MADAGA NI KUA....SA YALA SARAGA IKE...


    NI KALOUGATA JIKO.

    EX NAVY

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  89. Ex Navy sa rui qiqo na nomu rai. O tukuna tikoga mai na veika o nanuma (opinions) sega na kena vaka dinadina. Baleta ni o vuli beka ga mai mo veiqaravi e wai sega e vanua. E rairai o dau siwa kena ika tu o bai ena gauna ni navy. Drau veivutu ga. macawa nomu vakamacala. Sona levu

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  90. Now that the FIJI PUBLIC ORDER ACT
    has been amended by the Bainimarama
    Administration, The amendments than
    is the spin work of AG Khaiyum. So
    there's really nothing to be afraid off, since the amendment is
    totally illegal and after, the Election in 2014, these Amendments
    will be scrapped by the elected
    Government?

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  91. @Anon 9.58 ..
    Highly unlikely if Frank carries out his threat of resuming power if things don't go the way he wants. Even more unlikely if Frank himself contests and wins his rigged elections

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  92. Theres one thing that needs to be sia dabout what Frank has done woken up the iTaukei from the "sleep" that everyone was getting rich at their expense-which was partly true due the inherited systems in place. Now their have woken up to the fact the largest and riches resources that was always theirs and was always there, was never put to good use. So is it the time to say they have awoken from their slumber-which was not their fault but those that lead? Well good old time will tell-because when you look at things now it is certainly diffrent from 5 years ago-the LAND is no longer just sitting there gathering into a veikau!That the wealth they were aspiring for laways under their foot!

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  93. X Navy, isa vinaka vakalevu na wekaqu, au vakabauta o sa qai raica vinaka na vanua keimami rai tiko kina.
    Au na kerea talega nomu veivosoti ena so na vosa sakasaka a gole tu yani mai vei ira na i tokani.
    Kalougata tiko kei na vuvale.

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  94. EX NAVY VINAKA NA WEKAQU, EDA KAIVITI KECE TIKO QO, E MOSITI KEDA KECE NA WEREUBIUBI LEVU SA CAKA TU QO VEI KEDA. EDA LEWE LAILAI GA NA KAIVITI SA YAGA ME DA VEIRAIRAICI ENA VEISAU SA YACO MAI QO. ME DA KUA NI BOBULA TU E NODA VANUA.

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  95. Anon 5:19

    Io e dina sara. Sa mai yaco tu oqo e dua na gauna dredre sara e na noda vanua. Ia e vinaka ni tadola na lomai ex Navy me wilika ka vakaraica vakamalua e na rai rarama na veika e veitalanoataki tiko. Au vakavinavinaka vei Ex Navy e na nona yalo savasava me tusanaka mai e na dina na nona rai

    Noqu nanuma ga, keda veitalanoa ena rarama kei na yalo malua, e na dua na gauna vinaka ni vewasei vei keda na itaukei na gauna dredre sa da mai tu kina oqo. Gauna ni vuli

    These hard times are also good times because they teach us the value of patience and wisdom and love. Going through these hard times will only make us stronger. This is a furnace through which we are being refined. E na sega ni biuti keda na noda Kalou ko Jiova. We are under his wings and in the shadow of his presence.

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  96. SOCRATES@2:09PM...

    Foot prints is o0bvious, congratulation is in order for pulling another coup! Over i Million Hit-eh! Just remember
    the saying: "IF YOU FIGHT BY THE SWORD, THOU SHALL DIE BY THE SWORD"

    BAI

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  97. E dina tiko o ex navy kei ira na sotia.Sa bale ga vei kemuni na kai viti na nodra mai coup ka tokoni bai tiko baleta na nomuni dau vakalasami ira na watidra ena gauna era lako kina i lapanoni.O ex navy a dro na watina ni rau lasa vata kei na dua na mavolo mai na wavu na watina koya sa ca tu kina na lomana

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  98. somebody shoot the speech writer they're terrible

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  99. if this is the now speeches what will the election campaign be like.

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  100. All this is work of Qorvis communication. Not bad for $40000 usd per month retainer.

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  101. ROFL!!!@ Ex ARMY.....isa na mataqali leqa vaqori me da dui walia ga vakai keda...me kua ni vakayagataki na institution ni mataivalu me ra mai taura nai samu ni dawa na lewe ni vanua. Sa leqa ga vei Ivi nona kania na avolo.

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