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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Saneem ticked off by Court of Appeal for closing list early

Mohammed Saneem: Fiji Court of Appeal says he erred
Two years too late and it would not have a difference to the election result.

The Fiji Court of Appeal has ruled against Elections Supervisor Mohammed Saneem saying he was wrong to close off the national candidates list for the 2014 general election when he did.

Saneem also overruled the objections to Fiji First candidate Parveen Kumar, but eliminated the Fiji Labour Party candidate Steven Singh, despite the Electoral Commission calling for him to be reinstated. 

Bloggers will remember Saneem shut the list down at 4pm instead of midnight, hiding behind the Solicitor General when challenged, instead of taking direction from the Electoral Commission.

The Commission took the matter to the Fiji Court of Appeal, which yesterday released its finding, saying Saneem should’ve complied with the decisions and direction of the Commission.

The decision is an acknowledgement of the irregularities during the elections, capped off, of course, by Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum being General Secretary of Frank Bainimarama’s Fiji First Party as well as Minister of Elections!

2014 was just two years ago and Fiji remains a quasi-democracy.

As the NFP party says, “The fact that the Minister for Elections and the General Secretary of Fiji First was publicly commenting on the case, supporting the decision of the Supervisor and even suggesting that the Electoral Commission take legal advice from his own chief legal advisor, the Solicitor-General, was extraordinary and totally inappropriate.” 

With the elections looming in 2018, it's time to start bedding down transparent electoral practices.

Semi Radradra on outer with Eels. pic News Corp Australia
Vuniwaqa: Ironic message
Editor’s Note: The Minister of Women, Mereseini Vuniwaqa, says 72% of women face some form of violence from their partner. Given the violence perpetrated against citizens by her government, her call to youths to show leadership is hollow. So, too, it seems are the antics of Eels star Semi Radradra,
who was accused of doing a runner to Fiji to avoid appearing in court this week on a charge of domestic violence. Parramatta are reportedly 'sick and tired' of him and are glad he's been signed by French club, Toulon.


Rajend Naidu said...

It's Waste time Calling for the Mob in Power to Resign
Fijileaks calls for Minister Parveen Bala to resign ( ' Resign, Parveen Bala ! The Electoral Commisssion had ordered the Election Supervisor Saneem : " We are ordering that Mr Parveen Kumar [Bala] of the Fiji First Party be removed as a candidate from the party list" '.
Saneem however arrogantly disregarded the Electoral Commission decision because as a regime lackey he was taking instructions and directions from Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum.
Now, calling for Bala to resign is waste time. You expect honourable government ministers to do that. Not the variety installed by a military coup and a stage managed-manipulated election.
The Fiji Court of Appeal ruling against Saneem exposes him as a politically compromised Election Supervisor.
Now how can you have a truly free and fair election under such an Election Supervisor?
Rajend Naidu

Too Much said...

I applaud the Fiji Court of Appeal ruling against SoE Saneem. The judges have restored rationality, decency and respect for the rule of law in the country as opposed to the rule of men - like Saneem, Sarvadal. Sharma , Kamal Kumar, Aiyaz Khaiyum, Parveen Bala, Voreqe Bainimarama and their apparatchiks.

Too Much said...

In the new order in Fiji Bainimarama and Khaiyum have surrounded themselves with sycophantic " Yes- men " ( and women ) who give them unquestioning loyalty and do what they want them to do under a facade of separation of powers characteristic of democratic institutions of governance. Thus, for instance, they recruited that pathetic, expatriate South African as Police Commissioner, who tried to cover up the case of police-military torture, rape and murder of Vilikesa Soko by claiming Soko died because he failed to take his medication!
This rogue regime is infested with state apparatchiks like that. Saneem is one such scoundrel.

Tomasi said...

Thank you Rajend and Too Much. The welcome ruling by the High court is a clear and direct condemnation of Saneem’s actions and more. It also speaks to how the 2014 elections was cunningly organised and conducted to satisfy the political agenda of installing the dictator Voreqe as PM and Fiji’s new god Khaiyum Aiyaz Saiyad. It also reveals what many of us already knew that Khaiyum was wrong in wearing the many hats which he continues to wear today. A proper democratic society will never allow one person to be running a national election while being a candidate, a political party secretary, Attorney General, appointing his aunty as the Finance Minister and his nephew to front as the Elections Supervisor. Only in our pseudo Islamic dictatorship of Fiji. But no more of this folks. The tide is turning.
The High Court ruling also implies that corrective actions must be taken to right the wrong that was done two years ago. So the following must happen:
1. The following people should immediately resign or removed from their current positions:
a. Aiyaz Khaiyum
b. Mohammed Saneem
c. Praveen Kumar Bala
2. The wronged PDP candidate must take Saneem and Aiyaz to court for wrongfully preventing him to stand for the election.
3. A radical change must occur in the process of planning and conducting of the 2018 elections.
This High Court ruling plus other recent rulings and associated events do indicate that a change is happening. The political climate is changing, and the people are beginning to sense a positive current flowing. In Cuba, Fidel the murderer and dictator died. In the USA, Donald Trump has been elected President. I am hoping that soon in Fiji, we will be able to restore proper democracy again and remove the dictators and self-chosen gods from Parliament. But first, we must demand the execution of justice by following through on the High Court rulings. Anything else will be another wasted opportunity and a most unfortunate decision we shall regret.

Chiku said...

The 2014 Fiji Elections also exposes the farce of the international election monitoring mob. They just show up to go through the motions of monitoring whilst having something of an island holiday. They were not engaged in any real scrutiny of the dubious and devious manner in which the Fiji 2014 elections was conducted by the Bainimarama dictatorship and his apparatchiks right under the nose of the international election monitoring gang.
Shame on them for allowing the fraudulent election to be perpetrated on the people of Fiji for their own self- serving agenda.

Anonymous said...

This exposes the fucking cheating corrupt Indians even more.

Rajend Naidu said...

Con men Converge to Carry Out their Crooked Deals in Coup Coup Land.
The Fijileaks story ' Gambling with Fiji's reputation and exposing gullible " punter " Frank Bainimarama to ridicule with $40 billion dollar venture " Instacharge App"; bowled for SIX by insolvent Patel and Vegas " inventor " Stewart? ' ( 30/11 ) provides a classic illustration of how predatory capitalist con men converge on coup country " soft states " ( with virtually non existent democratic accountability, transparency and public scrutiny, according Nobel economist G. Myrdal ) to do " business " ( read, engage in their dubious wheeling and dealing ).
Gullible " punter " Frank Bainimarama is not in the league of these big time hustlers.
His only contribution is that he has provided an enabling home environment through his coup and pseudo democracy for these con merchants to come and parasite on the people of Fiji.
This is a fairly pervasive phenomenon in many Third World country.
Just take a look at what's happening in some of our neighbouring Pacific island countries. Start with PNG.
Rajend Naidu

Rajend Naidu said...

Applying the Law Selectively in Coup Coup Land
We read in the Fiji Times article ' Fiji Times case : State maintains objection ' ( 30/11 ) that the general manager/ publisher of the Fiji Times is applying for a bail variation order to allow him " to travel to New Zealand to attend his daughter's wedding from February 11 to Feb 27".
Why would the State in a " true democracy " object to that?
People who have committed far more serious transgressions of the law have gone to the UN and have gone to other countries as diplomats.
This persecution of the media wallahs is the kind of thing one sees happening in repressive Third World countries like Zimbabwe.
And, we are led to believe Fiji has become a " true democracy" for the first time through the social engineering craftsmanship of Bainimarama, Khaiyum and their sidekicks.
Sounds like a Kafkasque joke!
Rajend Naidu

Rajend Naidu said...

One Regime Lackey Seeking Legal Advice from Another Regime Lackey!
We read in the Fiji Times ( 1/12 ) that " Spervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says he will seek legal advice to consider if a further appeal is necessary ".
Who will he seek legal advice from? From another regime lackey, the Solicitor General or from his real boss, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum?
The Fiji Court of Appeal ruling against SoE Mohammed Saneem is crystal clear and conclusive. It has basically exposed him to be an unfit person to hold that very important position.
What Saneem should in fact be considering is how soon he should vacate that office to restore to it its dignity and professional integrity.
Rajend Naidu

Anonymous said...

What anon 9.00 am says is true. But " the fucking cheating corrupt Indians " in question are often only able to ply their nefarious trade - in politics or business - with the connivance of other ethnic scoundrels

Rajend Naidu said...

Impartiality Questioned : There is No Question About It.
We read in the Fiji Times 1/12 that the three main opposition political parties in Fiji - SODELPA, FLP and NFP - have questioned the impartiality of the Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem after a Fiji Court of Appeal judgement against him. There is no question about it. Saneem was partial. Partial means being " inclined to favour one party ". Saneem was that way inclined. He favoured the Fiji First Party of Frank Bainimarama and his uncle Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum. Partial means " biased or prejudiced in favour of a person, group etc over another". Saneem showed that bias in his decisions favouring the Fiji First Party candidate in the 2014 Fiji Elections.
Such an impartial person is unfit to hold the position of Supervisor of Elections.
He should resign without any further procrastination and unnecessary appeal - which is a waste of courts time and abuse of the legal process.
The judgement against him leaves no room for any ambiguity . The man is partial and unfit.
Rajend Naidu

Anonymous said...

What Rajend naidu says about con men converging on coup coup lane reminds me of another commentator, Tattifala, who said when tatti ( shit ) happens, shit flies ( tatti-wala- makhi ) come to party. That is the story with all the international con artist showing up to do business in in post Bainimarama coup fiji .

Anonymous said...

Hey fucking Bainimarama PIG: why did you agree to JOHN fucking KEAN's request to play with that fuck with's FNPF account???? the story wAs told to me by a very reliable friend. Remember when you told him not to bring dalo at your place because soldiers are watching??? eh... you are screwd.... now SODELPA knows about it.

yeah... a coup to put an end to corruption in FIJI!!! Do you realize that John Kean said you were a DUMB ASSHOLE and Khaiyum was the brain??? and you keep helping that stupid low life man of John Kean??? What do you think he thinks when he sees your large TV?

One day you two will rot in hell.

Chiku said...

Fiji's " clean up " coup Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama has clearly got himself tangled up in that old trap : getting himself into the pocket of dirty businessman, both local and foreign.

Anonymous said...

What the fuck is InstaCharge? Hahaha your PM is a dumbass lol

Rajend Naidu said...

Election Supervisor Saneem Merely A Frontman
He was handpicked for that role by Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum. A frontman is " a person acting as the public face of some other, covert group". The covert group was Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, Frank Bainimarama and their political sidekicks in the Fiji First Party. A frontman is " a man who serves as a nominal leader but who lacks real authority".
Real authority rested with Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum. Saneem was installed as Election Supervisor to serve him and his election agenda.
Saneem's role was as straightforward as that when you take away all the pretence about him being an independent, impartial supervisor of elections for the 2014 Fiji Elections.
Rajend Naidu

Anonymous said...

What's that Indian film where a paan chewing character sells the Tag Mahal to a gullible foreigner? Bainimarama strikes me as that kind of " gullible foreigner " who gets sucked in by grandiose schemes put up by international con artist businessmen.

KUA NI RERE said...

As far as Domestic Violence is concerned we did say that there was going to be increased Violence on Women in Fiji....BECAUSE THE LEADER HIMSELF Voreqe Bainimarama WAS VIOLENT HIMSELF AGAINST WOMEN.
This is basic human psychology.
Where your Leader goes, you Follow.
So if the Leader is violent against women ( like he did when he jumped up and down on a pregnant woman's stomach. That's just insane man!) And young people are watching for farks sakes.
What do people expect?
What is this minister expecting?
What is the Women's Society in Fiji expecting.
You cant vote for Bainimarama and then expect the Violence against Women to decrease?

The next important question is What the Fark are you going to do now, Minister?

My suggestion is first of all Bainimarama should apologise publicly to all the people of Fiji for abusing women. People even saw him on TV hit a woman's microphone deliberately.
What the fark?
I thought he was better than that?

Goat said...

He is your kind. Junglee propelled to stardom.

Anonymous said...

Goat is right.

Rajend Naidu said...

Another Regime Lackey Putting his Spin.
The real reason why MIDA chairman Ashwin Raj did not see it fit to act in the case against FBC brought by Peter Waqavonovono and his group is because he is a regime lackey, like SoE Saneem, installed in his position to act on behalf of his political masters to hound opponents of the regime.
Peter Waqavonovono is a well known opponent of the regime.
The role that people like Raj and Saneem play has become something of an open secret in Fiji politics.
Rajend Naidu

Anonymous said...

Kaiyum it seems wants to bring more Muslim refugees to Fiji.

Chiku said...

@anon 12.23 PM
Muslim refugees fleeing persecution, war, violence, rape, torture and death in their home country are not a problem. They are fellow human beings in desperate need of protection. Decent human beings - with compassion and empathy - will not begrudge the refugees the protection and sanctuary the seek.
It's scumbag Muslims - like Khaiyum and the Muslim rulers, tyrants and Islamic fascists around the world - that are a problem. To decent, peace loving Muslims as well. It's this mob we need to be weary about.

KUA NI RERE said...

Saneem is behaving just like his boss Bainimarama.


They're all the same. Saneem, Reddy, Kaiyum etc etc etc they're all following their Leader, Bainimarama.
Monkey see, monkey do !

Anonymous said...

Four in 10 rape victims aged 14-17

Litia Cava
Friday, December 02, 2016

FOUR out of 10 rape victims reported to police from January to October this year are girls between the ages of 14 and 17 years.

Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Mereseini Vuniwaqa highlighted this while speaking to young people on the topic 'Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (PCAN)' during the SUIS Camp at Adi Cakobau School on Wednesday night.

She said during the same period, police received 1041 reports of child abuse cases, a 0.1 per cent decline compared with the same period last year.

Mrs Vuniwaqa advised youths to seek professional assistance for counselling on the toll free line 1325 if they faced any form of abuse.

"If you keep silent about what's happening to you it is very likely the perpetrator will continue doing what he or she is doing — if not to you, then to other children," Mrs Vuniwaqa said.

She said reported cases on child abuse and neglect were increasing.

"To date a total of 725 cases were reported to my ministry by professionals under the Child Welfare Decree of 2010," Mrs Vuniwaqa said.

"The reported cases continue to increase and we believe these are some effects of the awareness created to inform the public through community and stakeholder advocacy programs provided by the ministry and its loyal partners."

Mrs Vuniwaqa challenged parents to play their roles well by teaching good values and ensuring that they set an example for children by living a dignified life.

Anonymous said...

Fiji will overtake PNG in crime statistics very very soon.

Anonymous said...

I watched a hindi movie many years ago where a famous villan, Shakti Kapoor was sold a machine meant to print money, he found out later that it was a sugarcane juicer, hahaha. Fiji PM got conned twice - the casino and cellular battery charging deals. See dump people will always make stupid decisions.

Anonymous said...

Increasing rape, violence and neglect .....................

Police investigate increase in drown cases
Friday, December 02, 2016

Update: 4:26PM POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the drowning of two children this week.

Police spokeswoman Ana Naisoro said two drowning cases within a 48 hour period has renewed calls from the Fiji Police Force to prioritize the safety and welfare.

Naisoro said these incidents can be avoided and if guardians would be more alert about what children get up to at all times.

"In the first incident recorded on Wednesday morning in Draubuta village, Tailevu, a one-year-old child was found floating in a river near her home. She was last seen by her mother lying inside their home, and when a search was conducted she was unfortunately found floating in a nearby river," Ms Naisoro said.

"In the second incident recorded in Natuva village, a two-year-old boy was found floating in a nearby river by a group of men of the same village yesterday afternoon. He was last seen by his father who was inside their home. The incident was reported at the Korovou Police Station," she said.

Ms Naisoro said the force will continue to reiterate the importance of supervision however at the end of the day it will be up to those responsible for looking after the safety of children to heed the advice.

Anonymous said...

Haha he is one dumbasss

Anonymous said...

Supervisor of Election is an arsehole from day 1 as well as all the days he's in office . The arsehole was placed there as a transition vessel for the FF to use to be in total control. As such he has lived up to his job. While the ruling had found him guilty I'm asking the courts in the spirit of transparency and fairness not to allow him to appeal the ruling. Like Bala's murder case which ended in acquittal and no appeal from the prosecution it is only fair to stop the arsehole from appealing his conviction.

Anonymous said...

Could the FF government explain why families are still suffering from the wake of cyclone Winston. Some are still waiting for relief supplies promised to them.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 8:35 PM

Perhaps it will be a useful wake up call to some that are still waiting for relief supplies and they will realise that maybe there is something they can do themselves to be more prepared for when the next cyclone comes.

I wonder how many that were affected are now thinking why they have given so much to church and cultural commitments and if they should continue to do this when they could be saving some money for emergency's.

With climate change happening (as we are told) should we be looking at taking more responsibility ourselves for the unexpected?

Anonymous said...

Your trying to divert the issue my friend. It's rather amusing that people with your mindset is one of the reason hate is increasingly growing across the spectrum of society.
The subject matter is the false promise made to these community by those in power. Lest you forgot while you sit comfortably at home tapping away in your keyboard there are families with children and old out there in distress; ancy and distraught trying to make ends meet. These were the same people whose votes had put those thugs in power today.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 4:12 AM

You have a wonderful imagination if you can conjure up such descriptions as hate and mindset from the comment at 10:27pm.

Perhaps your thinking is that we should rely on the Government for everything and expect them to be able to control neighbouring countries stock piles of aid and building materials to cater for Fiji's disasters?

Or perhaps your thinking is that proactive thought, ideas and a freedom to voice these is something that is both alien and unacceptable to you unless it is undertaken with a damning political motive that agrees with you.

Some think far deeper than political point scoring.

Anonymous said...

This has got to be up there on the list for 2016 most laughable moments.


Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 4:21 PM

It is, way up

Anonymous said...

Haha thats how fucking dumb bainimarama is lol

Anonymous said...

Saneem can lick kaiyums ass as much as he can now but when the judgement day comes, saneem and his big brother sareem will not find any place in kaiyums ass to hide coz kaiyums ass will be full of vudi..lmao

Anonymous said...

Saneem is not grown up but because of his uncle, Aiyaz Sayad Khayum, he got such an important office - nepotism, isn't it? Saneem is a noxious baby whose place is in arms and lap of his mother and suckling before getting weaned.

Anonymous said...

Saneem looks like a fucking ugly monkey.

Anonymous said...

Is this a joke? Im wondering how much $$ he had collected from the government for his presentation. Has anyone in the FF circle researched this guy prior to getting him involved. Moce mataboko tiko o rau.

Anonymous said...

Today Sunday the Fiji Times reveals the abuse and exploitation of a minor by the Church at the very time the Council of Churches are actively crusading against abuse of women and children.


Are the media going to reveal the religious denomination represented by the crusade group that so cruelly exploited the child for their own gain?

Are the media going to investigate the leader of the denomination that the minster responsible belonged to?

To what lower depths are some of these religious cults going to sink to?

Anonymous said...

02 December, 2016
The Methodist Church in Fiji does not make a habit of responding to claims and comments made on social media. However due to a number of requests for comments on the “Rosi Ni Viti” claims and accompanying issues by local news media, the Church issues the following statement:
"The Methodist Church in Fiji leadership has been made aware of these recordings and I have discussed this with them. We are also investigating the issue of the minister associated with these claims.

Anonymous said...

"There were also noted increase in cases such as theft with 6447 reported last year compared with 3380 in 2005, and burglary was up from 850 in 2005 to more than 2300 in 2015."
- http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=380778

During the last 10 years, Fiji's population went from 830,000 to about 900,000 now.

So the crime rate under Bainimarama increased by... 200% while the population increased by 9% or so.

It shows one thing: urban drift is a nightmare in a culture where the individual is unable to assume his freedom.
Let's also recall that it is the poor that makes all those xtra babies (+70,000) and incidently the situation might become catastrophic in 15-20 years... (educated/richer families generally master contraception)

The government should provide free/preventive contraceptive injections to teenage girls so they don't fall pregnant between 15-21 years old at least. That would be a way to curb the problem.

Unwanted babies today means more crime tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 7:06 PM

Urban drift is certainly adding to today's social ills as you say. It is also no different to what happens in many poor countries.

This urban drift was also happening well before the present government so I would suggest it's not a problem specific to one or other political leadership, it's simply many do not want the rural life now.

It seems there is no control on the drift, anyone can move to an urban area, set up a tin shack close to an existing one in a settlement, breed, have no regular steady income and the inevitable happens.

Free contraception is a good idea but addressing the control of the urban drift would have the biggest impact.

Anonymous said...

@7:41 PM

That's right, it was already out of control under Qarase as mentioned in the papers then.

In rural settings, there is generally pressure to have more kids, it may come from churches (to keep power and their traditional influence).
So I don't think there are two ways about it... probably that urban drift+ contraception is the best. I don't see a future in villages because of the cultural limitations. Ask any iTaukeis in the slums if they want to go back to the village... Sega.

In rich countries, education and the desire of a better life (to keep up with the Jones) lead to smaller families. I don't think many iTaukeis dream of a "better life" sadly, certainly not in science and litterature for example. What is a actually the purpose of life of your average Fijian? I am not quite sure.

Anyway, I believe only the free injection could help to curb the long term issue of babies turning into daubutako 20 years later. Now contraception can last 5 years without any need for the lady to think about it every month, which is more adapted to the local custom.

Anonymous said...

ATTORNEY General and Minister for Economy Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama never endorsed the much maligned Instacharge app.

Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said though Mr Bainimarama was present at the launch of the app and gave remarks, he never once endorsed the app.

"He used the occasion to actually highlight Fiji's position in the ICT sector, he did not at any stage endorse the product, he did not say the product works, he did not say I'm pleased to launch this application," Mr Khaiyum said.

"He essentially used the opportunity to highlight the fact that Fiji has made great strides in telecommunications, in particular in the ICT sector."

HAHAHAHAHA what a joke!!!

Anonymous said...

A good report on torture in Fiji,many should share this around.


Anonymous said...

How people can actually believe an app can charge your phone without power has got me stumped. Its physically impossible. Sweet Jesus we have idiots in Fiji.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 9:52 AM

For every scam operated it only needs an extremely small percentage of people to fall for it to get a return for the scammer.

There will always be those that believe you can get something for nothing and be prepared to pay a small price for that expectation.

Oh by the way your long lost aunt has left you (sorry I do not know your name) $20,000,000.00 in her will that I have been instructed to transfer to you. Please send me $100 processing fee, your address and bank account details at this email address con.nigeria@world.com.

Anonymous said...

Anon@10.44AM. My name is Abdul and I'm an attorney practising in London. Your uncle's dad's cousin's wife's son died in a plane crash and I'm trying to contact Voreqe Bainimarama because he inherits
US$300 000 000. Voreqe will need to electronically transfer US$50 000 clearance fee before this money is transferred over to his name.

Anonymous said...

Fiji is a country of "believers". A believer, by definition, is someone who accepts to believe without thinking.
That fits Bainimarama.

Fiji had a few such cases over the years. Remember that chief from Tavua trying to open a 5B$ bank with a certain "doctor" from overseas?

A lot of people love lazy things. Believing is lazy, easy and "trendy" in Fiji...

Anonymous said...

Moce Jo.

Anonymous said...

You just summed up 99.9% of Fijians. Thanks bro.

Anonymous said...

Fiji's PM and all Ministers should resign and let proper democratic elections to take place.
I am sure that majority of Fijians did not vote for the RFMF and hand full of Muslims to rule for ten years.
They wont quit if they could rule for ever they will, but time expires
for everyone on this plant and Hell awaits for the corrupt and evil.
RFMF have the final security of the nation when this RFMF is the root of all the evil and coups.

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