|Qarase and Draunidalo heading to court. pic Fiji Village|
Blanchflower claimed the defence had made no attempt since Qarase was charged in 2008 to locate other potential witnesses who are alive or could testify on its behalf.
He also said FICAC was only established in late 2007 and that it took the new organisation six to eight months to investigate before it decided to charge Qarase.
She is expected to file her submission for her claim there is no case to answer tomorrow morning.
Qarase is accused of facilitating and allowing the purchase of Class A FHL shares for certain companies when he was Director of FHL, Financial Advisor of the Fijian Affairs Board and Advisor to the Great Council of Chiefs.