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A deal was made that much is certain: we're only missing the finer details.
Some of the answers are already there for us: look to the speech Epeli Nailatikau gave detailing the plans of 'his government'. We quote:
"With a view to reducing fuel prices and increasing our
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"As well as being able to negotiate lower prices in the international marketplace, the government will generate revenue from the sale of fuel, establish price stability and be able to pass on the benefits of competitive prices to consumers."
Fiji has tried this before and it did not work: it ended up in debt. But what's in it for the key players who hustled the deal: Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, Inoke Kubuabola and Robin Nair?
So much of Fiji has already been sold to China; we need to know what else is now being peddled without our knowledge or mandate.
This was a deal, too, that narked the international community: while the United Nations insisted it didn't deal
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Israel TV footage clearly shows UN officials and Al Nusra finalizing the deal, despite the US and the UK saying they don't negotiate with terrorist organisations and even as the terrorists continue to hold and behead journalists and aid workers.
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