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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

NFP rejects anomalies allegations


Anomalies or manufactured allegations?

The regime's Registrar of Elections, Mohammed Saneem, reckons officials of the proposed Social Democratic Liberal Party and the proposed National Federation Party have both accepted what he says are anomalies in their handling of the registration process. 

In the case of the proposed SODELPA, the party is accused of including members who are registered twice or even three times, members who are also listed as belonging to other proposed parties and names that do not exist on the National Register of Voters. 

According to Saneem: “These anomalies have been acknowledged by officials of the proposed party after they were granted access to the National Register of Voters."
He also insists NFP officials acknowledged that some of its registered members belong to other proposed political groups. 

“While they’ve denied allegations of impersonating Government officials in Kadavu, they accept that 25 listed members have also registered either as members of the proposed SODELPA or the proposed FLP."
On the subject of the Fiji Labour Party, Saneem says he has allowed it an extra week to respond to allegations its workers impersonated Government officials in Ba.

He says the party has asked for more time to verify the allegations itself and the deadline will now be Friday April the 26th instead of the 19th.

See NFP's reply below:







 HEADQUARTERS: 124 Princes Road, Tamavua, Suva, Fiji
P O Box 4399, Samabula, Fiji                                                                             Phone: 3373082; Fax: 3312661

19th April, 2013

MEDIA STATEMENT



On 12 April the Registrar of Political Parties made certain allegations of irregularities in NFP’s registration application.
  
In a bizarre action the Registrar had made these allegations in the newmedia through the Ministry of Information even before it was received by the Party.

He further claimed that in doing so he was giving us “natural justice”.  In the circumstances and in the interests of balance and fairness we are compelled to similarly make our response public.


In his letter the Registrar repeated the allegation which earlier originated from the Prime Minister’s office through one Mr Epeli Vuase who we understand is a military officer working as a Public Relations officer in the PM’s office.

The allegation was that our agent in Kadavu had obtained seven signatures in support for NFP by telling the people that he was doing a “government” exercise.  This was strongly denied then by the Party as well as our agent who had successfully obtained 199 support signatures in Kadavu voluntarily given by the people and not one of whom has complained.

In addition like all our other agents he carried an official Party identification letter and the signatures were made on a form that boldly identified it as a NFP form.


In support of the allegation the Registrar quoted a telephone conversation he purportedly had with one person in Kadavu who claimed to be representing four others and wished to withdraw his signature.

Neither Mr Vuase nor the Registrar has provided any direct evidence of the allegation from any one and NFP has rejected the allegation.

The Registrar had also made an allegation of around 25 double registrations appearing among the close to 8000 names that we submitted.  NFP has accepted that these were genuine errors by our agents and involved mostly a mismatch of names and EVR numbers of a few persons mostly within the same household.

We have rectified these errors.

The third allegation involved the names of around 60 persons who had signed their support for NFP and then also signed for FLP and SODELPA.  The NFP takes no responsibility for the actions of these people.  We have removed their names from our register and have requested the Registrar to prosecute them for offences they have committed under Section 15 of the political parties registration decree.

The Registrar also sent us a long list of names alleging a range of irregularities including that these names were on NFP lists but were not in the EVR database.
However none of those names appear on our lists or even in the lists published by the Registrar.  NFP has rejected the allegations as false and has asked the Registrar to withdraw them.

NFP is concerned that such false allegations are being generated obviously designed to refuse the party’s registration.

We have provided full and frank responses and now expect that our registration will be confirmed without further delay.

Raman Pratap Singh
President
NFP, (Proposed)




 

48 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Registrar is a Regime Lackey fullstop!

Anonymous said...

Khaiyun have to ans this as minister for election more lies.

Anonymous said...

this boy is still wet behind the ears and pants like his boss the big asses of all.

Anonymous said...

I am curious why SODELPA also cannot make public this allegation to free themselves. If they still live in SDL mode then no hope for them.

Anonymous said...

Kai Bau said.....what about we all form one party SODELPA,NFP and Labour.These politicians should bear ion mind that our main objective is to win the election and throw all these IG to Naboro and throw away the key.

Anonymous said...

and what has happened to the registration of overseas voters???

Anonymous said...

SODELPA will absolutely slaughter the regime at the 2014 elections IF it happens. LOL

Anonymous said...

This is all no use. These politicians have to work with unions, chiefs, etc etc vanua, church,,,alocate 1 date and we will come to Suva, walk to govt buildings and throw out the criminals currently infesting the place,,,,
soldiers will not shoot at civilian disobedience...
by the way why is the Methodist church no where to be seen or heard?? SA WHAT TIKO MADA?

BC said...

What about the BIGGEST FARKING ANOMALY that Saneem, Bainisona and Aiyazhole are all ILLEGAL TREASONIST CRIMINALS.

WHAT THE FARK DO THEY SAY ABOUT THAT!

Anonymous said...

They will continue thei lies including those under them to stop the political parties to stand up. No worries, people have been praying over these.The top will collapse and the rest will tople up side down very soon from underneath. It will like an earth quake in Fiji.Keep standing up straight people, the truth will be revealed very soon. God Bless Fiji.

Anonymous said...

The military dictatorship is on the verge of eliminating the last three political parties in Fiji.

Will it really go through such an obvious hatchet job and will the people of Fiji really let this happen?

Saneem and the regime are clutching at straws and have no right to set such undemocratic expectations.

Anonymous said...

There would be no justification for disestablishing these parties. They have done nothing wrong and if Bainimarama is as popular as he says, then there should be no fear of competition.

If the Fiji people have converted to the new Fijislam then he has absolutely nothing to fear.

Coup collaborator USP VC said...

Coup supporters and regime collaborators like USP VC Rajesh Chandra give oxygen and respectability to this dictatorship. Rajesh Chandra, a lacklustre performer and weak leader, is a political appointee and sycophant of the regime.

Just now Fiji Times online reports that a lecture theater at USP caught fire and 50 physics students had a lucky escape.

The deteriorating infrastructure is a legacy of chandra's mean and stingy attitude towards staff and students. University wide infrastructure is crumbling because rajesh is too chicken to ask member governments for funding and is meeting the short fall by increasing fees and staff overdue pay increases. Students and staff are easy targets for Rajesh.

Fiji Times reports students narrowly escaped death from the fire. Rajesh should be held responsible. As someone based at Laucala Campus, I can tell you that the maintenance dept is crap under professor chandra's watch.

C4.5 should expose regime collaborators like chandra who were not appointed on merit in the first place.

anoneemouse said...

There was opposition to the Constituent Assembly and before we knew it the regime had ditched the idea because it knew with such a campaign to boycott it, it would never get the broad spectrum it needed for the Assembly to be a success.

So instead of the daft TV debate idea why not just keep boycotting the draft constitution - this seems to be the most effective way to show dictatorship it will never get the full support of the people.

Anonymous said...

PEOPLE NEED TO GO TO RISHIKUL COLLEGE AT 7PM TONIGHT. .
SO THEY CAN SEE KHAIYUM VS DOCTOR BABA/GROUP
TIME I ALWAYS SAID CONFRONT KAHIYUM/BAI FACE TO FACE IN PUBLIC.
LET SEE IF ANS QUESTION OR WILL USE HIS POLICE/ARMY TO STOP BABA/GROUP.
GET THE VIDEO DONE AND POST IT ON C4.5/OTHER BLOGS.
LETS SEE FIJI MEDIA WILL COVER THIS SESSION.
GOD BLESS
RAJESH

SEMI MEO said...

Oh boy!!...this could simply be muddled translations of canvassing terminology out there in the villages and rural settlements, for goodness sake!!

We really sympathise with all Political party workers out there who are caught up in this melee of language and terminology variances and conflict.

Let’s be real, with all due respect, itaukei spoken in Vunisea, Nabouwalu, Nasekaile, Labasa, Suva, Lautoka may not be the same as linguistic terminology used in say..real rural villages and settlement.

Phew!..the enormous task entrusted to these , predominantly City dweller, to attempt convey, communicate and encourage a response…my God…cross-line ga baka bitalia..worse of all, the sincere use of the word Government, Matanitu ..in the context for purposes of registration to elect a Matinutu..may now be misconstrued ,capitalised, twisted, baking powder, yeast and all to allege coaching by these innocent party worker!..we're now may be hoodwinked to deviate to this minor election issue while the majors slips through our ignorance into the history books.

O'lei Maria!!

We say, why not the Provinces form a political Party, why not the Churches, Mosques, Temples form political parties..of course they could easily get the signature in one seating!!!

Oh well, I'll go and register a bong...opps...blog party!..499 more signature...

Anonymous said...

Anon at 5.59 pm

Absolutely correct. You forgot to mention that staff tried to evacuate the students and turn on the fire alarm. The alarm did not work. such is the state of affairs at the region's premier university RC is too spineless to allocate funds for this. if anyone from the labour or ohs is reading this, go and check the ohs infrastructure at the university.

students are already complaining about lack of facilities such as tables and space in classes. yet the fees are being hiked up. I;m a staff, and I am against the fee increase, as most of us are.

part of the problem is the chorwa Adish Naidu who was appointed the director planning and facilities. his first job was to fire the unestablished workers who were doing a lot. the result is a maintenance request by anyone is attended to after 2 months as they have no staff!

adish naidu is the same crook who turned state witness against Motibhai in Post Fiji case. he was appointed without any advertisement and sits on a 130,000 salary with a free university vehicle.

this is where students fees is going, not to classroom maintenance or facilities. when is spinless bole going to call a meeting with the students of fiji at usp and find out for himself what they are going through?

University of Kamasutra said...

UniFiji is hotbed of regime's political appointees.
Kamlesh Arya got registrar job without proper qualification.
UniFiji's former VC Mahendra Kumar is son-in-law of Davendra Pathik, part of the Araya Samaj mafia that control the uni.
Is this what the regime means by clean up of corruption'?.
Mahendra Kumar was sacked after caught red-handed rooting someone in his office. He is known as vice-chancellor of kamastura university!

The legacy of this regime is nepotism, sex scandals, corruption and falling standards everyhwere, even tertiary institutions.

Anonymous said...

The NFP should make public all correspondence so far from the Registrar and point out, specifically, names that the party says weren't even on its list while the Registrar claims they were. We still have copies of the published names so we can tell who's lying. We need some solid evidence to show that the process towards "free and fair" elections is itself not so "free and fair". Simple question for the Registrar... while the NFP supplied 8,000 signatures, you only need to consider 5,000. Are there 5,000 genuine signatures? If so, why turn a non-issue of the extra 3000 into an issue? And why suggest the NFP has acknowledged the anomalies when it claims it hasn't? Can you please send a copy of that acknowledgement to Coup4.5? Or was that acknowledgement also via telephone? And don't say you don't read Coup4.5 Even Bainimarama has admitted publicly via his FBCTV shows that he has a team of workers who surf the blogsites. Can we please have some hard evidence rather than hearsay? It's time to see who's lying.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahaha damn it if you boycot and damn if you stand.

The fact that NFP, FLP and SDL have put in an application to register means that they will contest the elections whether we have the 1997 consitution, the Ghai draft or the BKC.

The fact that these parties want to stand for elections rather than stand firm shows that they are politicans for themselves.

They will eat their own words and help themselves cos they like power.

We all know FLP did that in 1992

Anonymous said...

I would love to see the ELECTIONS happen in September 2014. I want to know who would win "Bainimarama & crew or the other outsiders".
Advice to other outsiders you should all form one party and consolidate your assets together "United we stand Divide we Fall",so that you can beat Bainimarama otherwise your people's votes will be divided amongst yourselves and you will LOSE the elections. THAT IS A PROMISE and a FACT. Like it or not Bainimarama has got admiration right now from the people.

Anonymous said...

We already know who's lying -- the same people who lied about the reasons for the coup, elections in 2009, popular support for the Peoples Charter, the Presidents Poltical Dialogue process, the Leaders of Political Parties process, the constitutional dialogue process, the Constituent Assembly, etc. Lying is what Bainimarama does.

rajend naidu said...

editor,
Some Republican senators and their supporters demanded that the Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev a naturalized American be treated as an "enemy combatant" and tried in a Military Tribunal.
In a letter to the New York Times April 22 Mitchell Zimmerman of Palo Alto, California responded thus :
He said" Nonsense. The bombers were'nt soldiers.They were murderers, and our criminal justice system is as capable of dealing with them as with other criminals. The Justice department correctly decided that Mr Tsarnaev should be tried in a federal court, where he will have an attorney, where he will be presumed innocent and where a jury will consider the evidence (not newspaper reports) to determine his guilt or innocence - in short, where he will have the benefit of due process of law."
Zimmerman goes on to say" Everyone seems to agree continuing the Boston Marathon next year is a way of defying terrorism. Too bad everyone doesn't understand that trusting our Constitution is a more powerful way to affirm our values and our way of life."
But I say thankfully better American minds - more sensible minds and more sensible legal minds like that of the US President Barack Obama and the letter writer Zimmerman - have prevailed .
And justice under the rule of law as it was conceived to be applied is being applied in America and the rest of the world can see that too.
A compromised justice system - like the one we have in Fiji under its Military Dictatorship cannot deliver justice in that way.
Sincerely,
Rajend Naidu
sydney.

Anonymous said...

BKC WILL BE FORCED ON THE PEOPLE.
TIME TO PROTEST ,STRIKE, AND BOYCOTT THE BKC //ELECTION.
THIS MANIAC KHAIYUM/BAI WILL NEVER GIVE UP POWER TO ANYONE.
THEY HAVE TO BE FORCED OUT OF POWER.
REGIME HAVE TO FALL FOR FIJIS FREEDOM/DEMOCRACY/PEACE /DEVELOPMENT .
KEEP THE FIGHT UP GUYS.KEEP TAKING KHAIYUM HEAD ON IN HIS BS BKC MEETING LIKE LAST NIGHT.
GOD BLESS
RAJESH

rajend naidu said...

editor,
In a democracy the preparations and preparedness for elections is checked out by people from the Elections Office .In the Fiji Military Dictatorship this is done by the Minister of Home Affairs and the Commission of Police we learn from the Fiji Times article 'Tour ahead of elections'(23/4).
Will this be the way of elections in the "new Fiji"?
Of course it will be with the Military warlords directing it from the back if not openly up front!
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney

Anonymous said...

@ semi meo, Where do you stand, can you just wait until the funeral. Should be in black suite with head bow down for this week only, have some respect. Thanks

Anonymous said...

KHAIYUM JUST QUOTED IN FIJILIVE. SAYING.
NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW INCLUDING BAI.
SO CAN THE POLICE NOW ARREST KHAIYUM/MINISTERS/PRESIDENT/CRONIES AND CHARGE THEM FOR TREASON UNDER THE LAW/CONSTITUTION.
HOPE SOME POLICE HAVE THE GUTS LIKE ITS COUNTER PARTS IN PARKISTAN TO ARREST THEM.
GOD BLESS
RAJESH

rajend naidu said...

editor,
I refer to Pio Bosco Tikoisuva's letter 'MSG family' in the regime mouthpiece paper the Fiji Sun today (24/4).I don't know whether Pio Bosco is part of the regime ( as a high office holder) but his views are certainly pro-regime. In his letter Pio conveniently side-steps the issues former elected MP Mick Beddoes raises and says the Melanesian brothers and sisters should get along as one big family. Who is not in favour of having one big happy family? The Melanesian sisters - who are victims of domestic violence in record numbers - would be the first to say they favour that kind of family where everyone is living in perfect harmony and all that. But in a family - including the MSG family - members of the family should learn to do the right thing.
And in a good family as opposed to a dysfunctional one the members of the family see it as their duty to point out any wrongdoing on the part of any member of the family and guide the member back onto the straight and narrow. The MSG had failed to honestly carry out this duty against Fiji - a member that has gone astray.
This was the gist of what Mick Beddoes had maintained in his Radio Australia interview.
I can't see anything wrong with it.
It would be good if Fiji Today published Pio's letter for public debate
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney.

Anonymous said...

SODELPA, NFP & FLP SHOULD JUST RESIGN SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY COULD NOT WORK TOGETHER WHEN THEY WERE IN POWER FOR THE BETTERMENT OF FIJI. SOME EXECUTIVES OF THESE POLITICAL PARTIES AND SOME MEMBERS OF THESE PROPOSED PARTIES HAVE TIME AND AGAIN EITHER OPENLY OR SILENTLY SUPPORTED ONE OF THE COUPS FROM 1987 TO 2000. I DO NOT HAVE TO PROVIDE FINER DETAILS AS TO WHO SUPPORTED WHICH PARTICULAR COUP. PEOPLE OF FIJI ARE NOT FOOLS, IT IS JUST THAT WE ARE A LEADER DRIVEN SOCIETY THAT WE FAIL TO SEE THE TRUTH AND HAVE FOLLOWED THE LEADERS BLINDLY FROM TIME TO TIME BUT BE WARNED "THIS WILL BE NO MORE". NOW I DO NOT SUPPORT ANY COUP BUT I JUST WISH TO SEE THINGS FROM ALL ANGLES RATIONALLY. NOW WHAT BAINIMARAMA IS DOING DOES NOT SUIT THE AGENDA OF FLP, NFP AND SODELPA SO THEY ARE JUMPING UP AND DOWN FOR THE FEAR OF BEING KICKED OUT OF POWER FOREVER. THIS IS THE WHOLE TRUTH NO MATTER WHAT ONE CAN SAY. NOW TO THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE BEEN SPEWING RACIAL HATRED ALL THIS TIME THERE IS A BIG LESSON TO LEARN FROM CHANDAR DEO SAVING THE LIFE OF THE OTHER TWO CHIEFS IN THE WATERS OF NADURI.

Anonymous said...

Back in February 2012, our old friend Dakuwaqa wrote: "The nature of this regime and its actions to date indicate that it intends to hold power indefinitely, elections notwithstanding. We can safely guess that its aim at this point is to engineer the poll in such a way that it achieves a regime victory while passing the international community's 'smell test'. It will seek to do that by creating an uneven playing field, controlling the political calendar, and keeping the democratic opposition off-balance."

Dakuwaqa's warning has since been borne out. We witnessed a constitutional dialogue that was indisputably a sham, followed by the regime's imposition of party registration requirements so onerous that no parties have been able to meet them. Bainimarama's email "consultations" are such a phony gimmick that I don't see how they can even pass the laugh test, much less Dakuwaqa's sniff test.

Australia and other countries would love to see Fiji hold elections, however bogus, so that they can declare "victory" and normalise relations with Suva. But they are badly mistaken if they think Bainimarama will oblige them by making any credible pretense. His sham will only become more apparent as the time for elections approaches.

It would be better if the Pacific Island Forum's Ministerial Contact Group reported Fiji's current situation honestly to the Forum with the recommendation that it invoke Biketawa. Of course, the Forum will be prevented from doing so by holdouts like Kiribati and Tuvalu, who are economically dependent on their trade links to Fiji. But this could nonetheless lay the basis for renewed PIF and unilateral efforts at imposing effective new economic, trade and travel sanctions.

Like-minded governments could also sponsor an effort that builds on Dakuwaqa's proposal last year for using cyberspace to allow Fijians to create for themselves a broadbased and legitimate shadow government. At the request of this virtual Fijian government -- far more legitimate than the clown act now in Suva -- these friendly governments could help Fiji loyalists begin the task of organising, training, and eventually arming our patriotic opposition forces, at home and abroad, in order to send Bainimarama the only kind of message that thugs like him can understand.

The recruitment for these forces has already begun. Contact: dakuwaqa2609@yahoo.com or dakuwaqa@hushmail.com.

Radiolucas said...

He further claimed that in doing so he was giving us “natural justice”

What a joke - the dictatorship neither practice nor preach 'justice', except where they can use it to attempt to silence opposition.

For my friends everything, for my enemies, the law
- Tyrants and Dictators

Anonymous said...

If the NFP is having this much trouble with the regime, how much worse must it be for a true opposition party?

Anonymous said...

"My kind of loyalty was to one's country, not to its institutions or its officeholders.
The country is the real thing, the substantial thing, the eternal thing; it is
the thing to watch over, and care for, and be loyal to; institutions are extraneous,
they are its mere clothing, and clothing can wear out, become ragged, cease to
be comfortable, cease to protect the body from winter, disease, and death": Mark
Twain

Anonymous said...

It has not been fun since C4.5 started moderating the comments.

There is a certain joie de vive in blogging here sorry that trolls have spoilt.

Coup fourpointfive said...

to the person who posted note to editor, please deal with us directly and send info to: pacificinthemedia@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Once upon a time USP had a strong student body. it did not shy away from taking up issues - local, regional and international - and making it's stance known through protest if need be.it pledged solidarity to people across the world who lived under tyranical rule whether colonial or under their own rulers.
today USP has a student boci just like its apolitical salulu scumbag VC who is only about his own self-aggrandizement.

Anonymous said...

Agree with annon 4.28pm

We need moderator to stop racial and vulgar language not gag debate unless its against the regime. I note also that Rajesh singh has been entertain even though its against a certain racial group.

Offcourse, its not surprising to see that he does flip flop in his views just like the posts above.

Anonymous said...

The argument by Anonymous 11:32 AM is not the whole truth. It is a half-truth at best. And much of it is nonsensical. If the leading political parties should all resign because they previously didn't work together, then what does it recommend of Bainimarama's regime when it cannot work with all of the political parties, and they are, in fact, now all united against it?

Anonymous said...

The government is doing a great job. Please continue the good work.

Anonymous said...

the Melanesian brothers have got together and bent over BACKWARDS to back their wayward brothers in Fiji. And brothers do that for brothers. But why have the Melanesian brothers turned their backs on the their brothers and sisters in West Papua?
what has happened to Melanesians solidarity there?
the way these oppressed people have been treated by their own Melanesian brothers is disgraceful.

USP's naked emperor VC Rajesh Chandra said...

From reports we have been reading on C4.5, it seems that USP's conceited and salulu VC Rajesh Chandra is so beholden to donors, regional governments and the illegal Fiji regime that he has lost touch with students and what's happening on the ground.

This man is more busy with pubic relations and creating a bloated image of himself than taking care of real problems that affect students. Rajesh has been making boastful speeches about how enrolment has increased, without mentioning how USP did not put enough money in infrastructure to cater for extra students.

This man is telling half truths and misleading the public that everything is perfect at USP but the fire this week shows what a naked emperor he is. Not only do the students lack proper facilities, they are forced to study in dangerous lecture theaters that a crumbling due to neglect and are a fire hazard.

But salulu rajesh chandra is too full of self-importance to listen to anyone. He thinks he knows everything. He is starting to believe his own hype about his greatness as VC of USP. Reality is that USP under Rajesh chandra is gradually going to the dogs because he is out of his depth. He is behaving like a head teacher and running the place like a high school.

Rajesh chandra is another disastrous political appointment made by this corrupt Bainimarama regime.

Anonymous said...

And what are the salulu USP students doing about their salulu VC?
there was a time when USP students came out to protest if they didn't have enough toilet paper!
what's happened to the protest culture at USP?

Anonymous said...

ask anybody associated with USP or having good knowledge of USP since it was set up and they will tell you if you rank all the VCs the university has had the present VC Ramesh Chandra will be ranked last.
you have a rubbish fella running the country and you have a rubbish country boy running the USP. the former appointed himself and the the later got appointed through him. that's why the latter is forever sucking up to the former.
make sense yes?

USP salulu VC Rajesh Chandra said...

To Anonymous 1.31pm:

Salulu VC means salulu university means salulu students! Rajesh Chandra's legacy is turning USP into high school with him as headmaster.

Country boy rajesh chandra has eyes only on the $$$. He has destroyed intellectualism among both staff and students by giving them a raw deal.

THis is what happens when a mean, stingy, strategically-challenged and regime-sucking imbecile is given the reins due to nepotism.

Anonymous said...

give a man power and you get a good measure of him. now we have a good measure of USP's salulu VC Raj Ass Chandra!

Anonymous said...

TUESDAY APRIL 30th. 2013

All the people of Fiji will benefit to stay at home with friends and family for a Day of Prayer.

Let us all contemplate on this, this last day, before all choice is removed from you and dictatorship is enshrined in our beautiful Fiji. Mark my words, history will declare one day, that this day, was the darkest day to date in Fijian History. A day in which the People still had freedom and choice to declare their interest and show the world that Fijians, all Fijians, can choose their destiny, and this is not the selfish preserve of a few.

A premeditated crime, the imposition of a new Constitution, without the People's consent:

that is fronted by two persons, prepared by faceless people, and enforced by the army.

that attacks Native Land

that destroys the Judiciary

that delivers a National Army to a politician.

that guarantees and ensures future coups.

that disenfranchises half the population, our women, whom, without, we do not exist.

ONE DAYS SACRIFICE
FOR YOUR GRANDCHILDRENS FUTURE
FOR YOUR CHILDRENS FUTURE
FOR YOUR FUTURE
…................
WHAT WILL YOU SAY, YOU DID OR DID NOT DO WHEN DESTINY WAS IN YOU HAND.
…..................................

A RELIGIOUS FAITHFULL PEOPLE NEED GUIDANCE AND STRENGTH AND COURAGE AND NEED TO ALSO SHOW AND SHARE THEIR COURAGE AND CONVICTION AT WRONG THINKING AND WRONG DOING WITH LOVE AND PEACE.

LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR.
STAY HOME
FOR FIJI

"We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light." - Plato

"My kind of loyalty was to one's country, not to its institutions or its office holders. The country is the real thing, the substantial thing, the eternal thing; it is the thing to watch over, and care for, and be loyal to; institutions are extraneous,they are its mere clothing, and clothing can wear out, become ragged, cease to be comfortable, cease to protect the body from winter, disease, and death": Mark
Twain

ONE DAY-OUR DAY SKY BLUE PATRIOT

rajend naidu said...

editor,
Malaysian General Election.
malaysians turned up in large numbers to cast their vote at 3 polling centres (Malaysian consulates) in Australia today. Many travelled long distances to vote. the longest covered was by a Malaysian in Sydney who found his name in the perth list.He flew almost 5 hours to perth which cost him about $640 in air fares alone. A Brisbane doctor flew to Melbourne incurring cost of $350 air fares and incidental $250.(The Sun daily 28/4).
And in Fiji we have often had people come forward to say they didn't want elections and the Fiji Sun being the regime puppet paper that it is has given such "news" prominence to show the "popularity" of the Fiji Military Government.
what kind of idiot voluntarily gives up his right to vote?
( SBS news 28/4 reported there appears to be overwhelming support for the Opposition amongst the voters here ).
sincerely,
rajend naidu
sydney.

Anonymous said...

So what you want to do next year Rajend, fly to Fiji to cast your vote?
Since you've left the country
on a lamusona visa to Aussie,don't
see why we would want you back to cast your vote?
I think a last minute election decree which the
brainy Khaiyum is planning,will
disallow any Fiji population who are leaving abroad,
to vote in any Fiji election? Jomo Kenayatta of Kenya,
had done this during his time?
so can we in Fiji says the popular Khaiyum!!!