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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Leaked email shows Fiji's debt being hidden

Proof of the budget being ballooned to hide the huge amount of debt Fiji is in, has emerged in an email from the CEO of the Fiji Revenue and Customs Department.

The email is proof of how Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum has been instructing the revenue department to play around with figures to show fake money, low debt and hide the crash in the economy.

In the email sent to Fazrul Rahman and other internal staff, Visvanath Das instructs them to delete any traces of real budget reports on their system so the truth of debt owed is not exposed.
Das further instructs meeting to discuss how to adjust more budget adjustments to hide the lies.

The email was sent in August last year, 5 days after the closure of the 2018-2019 financial year and shows that the revenue figures had to be inflated to match the false figures in the budget and therefore show a deficit of only 2.7 percent.

This shows how Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum and his cronies have manipulated the FRCS and even the Reserve Bank to hide the deep shit they've put Fiji in.

The next budget is being presented this Friday, no doubt all the figures will be changed to hide the fact that Fiji is drowning in debt.

We all know this is true, look around and you will see poverty is rife, people are struggling to put food on the table, there are no jobs and COVID-19 has put a stop to tourist income coming in.

15 comments:

Suomynona said...

Simply put, the idiot AG doesn't really know what he's doing. However there's always going to be a "backdoor" on this debt actually being leaked out, so nothing the cronies and Ayarse can do about it except deny and renounce like so.

Anonymous said...

Get rid of this corrupted government who did not win bur rigged all the elections.

Fiji is now a rubbish country with pot holes and poverty.

I am glad this Covid 19 came and many Fijians are overstaying overseas as we cannot return to that shit country the musallah and idiot Bainimarama has fucked up this country.
Serves you right a coup government is never a democratic one and I hope the fucken army and police remove them but they wont they are parrt of this same shit.

M Wati

Anonymous said...


Well Said Maya Wati

Fiji is blaming Covid 19, the truth is corruption from Kai and Bai the illegal government who never won the election but sitting and making decisions like they own Fiji.

You poofters Fiji citizens stand up like the rest of the world you lamu sonnas are too frightened to face the bullshit RFMF, RFP, FICAC and the bullshit judicial system of the shit country.

I am glad that I am not a citizen of that shit hole I left that country whenb I was a kid.

Raja Saheb
Zetland NSW

Anonymous said...

Editor,
Different Varieties of Lawyers
Mark Sumner, Daily Kos staff tells us ' Not shocking news : The couple who waved guns at peaceful protesters are gigantic a-holes ' ( 12/7/2020 ). I wasn't shocked. I knew the moment I saw the footage of the privileged white couple brandishing their guns at peaceful Black Lives Matter protesters that they were a-holes. Mark fills us in on the background details of just what an a-hole this couple have been.
And to think they are lawyers!
It just serves as a reminder that we have good lawyers who put their lives on the line to fight to protect the civil rights and democratic freedoms of people; to fight for justice and truth.
Then we have the variety this couple represent. The crooked variety. They are a disgrace to that noble profession.
We have this variety everywhere.
Rajend Naidu
Sydney

Anonymous said...

There are some false and statements written here which are totally incorrect. Maya Wati's comments is not written by her, she is an old lady who cannot write and does not know about blog sites and she is a very strong supporter of FFP and her brother in law and sister and law too pictures with Mr Khaiyum and Mr Bainimarama.

She loves them as she thinks Mr Bainimarama is the first Fijian PM to help Indians and stop them being bullied by Indians and she loves her Fiji so whoever wrote that is trying to frame an innocent old lady.


D Singh
Sydney

Anonymous said...

Acha right, budget manipulated by Aiyaz Khaiyum, the Minister for Everything, and his cronies. But what is not manipulated in post-coup Fiji? The whole political system is manipulated. The elections is manipulated. The police and military and judiciary are manipulated. The media is manipulated. Even civil society organisations are manipulated .. .
- chiku

Anonymous said...

Editor,
Politicians Looking After Themselves .
In his informative article ' Salaries and perks - who pockets what ' in The Fiji Times 17 July Professor Wadan Narsey provides an illuminating account of what the political leaders in post coup Fiji are picking up for their service to the country.
It's very handsome to put it modestly. Especially in a country where half the population is said to be living in various degrees of poverty.
I don't know whether Prof. Wadan Narsey is surprised by what he has uncovered. I am not. I know there are political leaders who look after themselves FIRST when the rise to power.
A letter writer Jean Hatch finds the salaries and perks that the political leaders have designed for themselves quite appalling ( FT 18/7 ).
I think many Fijians would share her indignation.
That's understandable given the state of the country.
Rajend Naidu

Anonymous said...

Political leaders who enrich themselves whilst in power is an all too familiar third world phenomenon.
- chiku

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Anonymous said...

Editor,
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In a letter to editor by Tom Khangai of Madang, PNG published in The Southeast Asian Times 22 July he reminds former PNG PM Peter O'Neil that " During your stint as prime minister you dictated every policies and did everything for your own interests causing the downturn of our county's economy " ( ' Former Papua New Guinea PM Peter O'Neil Only Interested in up-down policy and not bottom-up policy ' The SEAT 22/7 ).
I wonder if Fiji had any of that kind of leadership - the top-down kind - since the military coup of 2006?
Take for example the country's constitution which was framed by the post coup regime. Was that dictated by the regime and foistered on the people of Fiji?
Rajend Naidu
Sydney

Anonymous said...

Editor,
The Way Governments Behave
A Canberra Times letter writer said " Governments don't always do the right thing... ( CT 1/08/20 ). There is no disputing that. Some governments even do awfully wrong things. The Trump government sending in combat style federal forces to Portland is an example in point. Its handling of the coronavirus pandemic has been shambolic. The same is true for the Brazilian government of President Bolasonara.
It's an endless list when it comes to cataloging the wrong things governments do. And quite often the wrong things - especially corruption - come to light only after a change in government.
Rajend Naidu
Sydney

Anonymous said...

Editor,
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May he rest in peace.
Rajend Naidu
Sydney

Anonymous said...

Trudavu is the new acting Police Commissioner.

Nothing true about that man as he serves his two masters

We will call him Falsedavu since he has not truth in him.

Anonymous said...

Editor,
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Rajend Naidu
Sydney

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Editor,
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That has such a familiar ring...
Rajend Naidu
Sydney