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Election cheating has begun……. the ever changing electoral roll is not available to political parties….. the rules for the election have again been delayed

Poll rules out on draft two

| By ROSI DOVIVERATA The rules and regulations to govern the conduct of this year’s General Elections will now be released on a later date than what was initially suggested. Electoral…

No provision for parties to get e-roll: Young

| By ROSI DOVIVERATA Political parties are not entitled to an electronic copy of the voter registration. This was confirmed by Electoral Commission chairman, Chen Bunn Young. Since the four registered…

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25 thoughts on “Election cheating has begun……. the ever changing electoral roll is not available to political parties….. the rules for the election have again been delayed

  1. I have said many times and will continue to say that if their is NO INTERIM GOVERNMENT with independent people who have no political history then ONLY FREE and FAIR election will be held.

    The election will be rigged by KHAYIUM.

    Khayium has already made plans on how the election will be rigged with the Solicitor General – Sharvda Sharma. S.G. father will stand in the illegal P.M.’s party.

  2. SOPDELA, FLP, NFP, PDP do not waste time and money on the election.

    The election will not be free and fair and will be rigged by Khayium.

  3. Muslims everywhere holding top posts.

    Now a Muslim is going to China as High Commissioner. The guy who was sacked for sexual harassment.

  4. Oh come on Bunty! Show some spine will you and stop moving the frigging goalposts.

    We now have a further delay to the electoral decree further antagonizing the efforts of political parties to organise themselves accordingly.

    Even if the advice of the farcical Solicitor General’s office is that there are no legal provisions for e-rolls to be provided, in the same token surely there is nothing explicit in their sham laws preventing them from providing it anyway as a sign of good faith? But then its all too clear that there will be no room for good faith where the self-preservation efforts of the illegal and treasonous regime are concerned.

    It becomes clearer with every passing day that as Anon above posits, elections will not be free or fair.

  5. And why the **** should these political parties have access to the database of electoral registration details ?

  6. Read letter to editor in today’s (1/3) The Age titled ‘Suffering in silence’ by David Wetherell , honorary fellow, Deakin’s University.
    ” In spite of recent smiling photographs of Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Frank bainimarama in Suva, Fiji no one should mistake present preparations for elections in fiji for the coming of real democracy.
    Many political writers outside Fiji fail to understand that most of Fiji’s population have suffered in silence from
    *denial of freedom of speech and assembly
    *lack of a free press
    *denial of access to justice to challenge government decisions
    *repressive and draconian decrees through the courts, and
    *a lack of accountabiility and good governance
    Being patient and not complaining is the fijian’s way of living under a dictatorship”.
    Its’s hard to disagree with David Wetherell’s analysis because most of what he says is factual indisputable.

  7. Here is another letter in yesterday’s (28/2) Canberra Times that I found profound and inspirational.
    It’s titled ‘Both sides culpable in political bastardry over asylum seekers’ writen by Adam Black of Eden Hills, S A.
    ” Both sides of politics should hang their heads in shame over asylum seeker policy. Right from the days of Kim beasley (with the possible exception of Kevin Rudd in his early days) the ALP has tried to play both sides of the fence here. At least the Coalition has been upfront in its bastardry. At the moment, the only choice is between the bastard and the bigger bastard.
    Those with conscience on both sides of politics need to come out from behind the curtain off fear, political expediency, loyalty to their political party and a selfish concern for their own political future above any moral compass. Come out. Make a stand. Cross the floor.
    Say it publicly” Enough is enough, and I will no longer be a puppet for brutality”.
    The message in Adam Black’s letter has a lot of relevance to our people and our political leaders in Fiji as well.
    We too need to say we will not be a puppet for brutality of the Fijian military regime.

  8. Would it not provide an unfair advantage to the opposition if they had access to the electoral data base? Such data are better kept in the impartial hands of the Honorable Khaiyum.

  9. It is good i Taukei are given treatment by Khayium..I taukei were very happy when Chaudhry was locked for 54 days. How does it feel now? 8 years of Khayium rule.

  10. The acts of deception has begun in earnest according to the scripts by iarse. It was just too predictable that the thugs would begin their planned objectives of jeopardizing the elections which they are having doubts about even though they created all the election processes including the self serving constitution to lean in their favor. If they were sure of victory then they wouldn’t be changing the goal posts as they now doing. Why did bai postpone his relinquishing of military command. I cant wait another day to see how he swims without aid in the dangerous waters of the real political world. But I suspect there has to be some background deals made to ensure bai is kept afloat by the military in times of trouble. Our military has tasted blood and loves it and would not like to let it go – that is the biggest problem now. Our domestic army has now gone feral.

  11. Dredd – this regime sponsored election is a circus because all is undemocratic. What is the whole point about the ballot box when ultimately the military can force the elected government out? Bainikaiyum’s Fiji is a Fiji that is governed by the military for the military. It is no longer a Fiji that is to have a government of the people and by the people! This is one of the fundamental changes forced by the constitution and its not surprising to see the the hype over the appointment of the next commander cos that is the person holding power over government and democracy, not the people!

  12. The circus in Animal Farm continues…some animals are more equal than others; and Papa Pig rules.

  13. IF RAJENDRA UGLY BLACK SON OF VIRMATI EVER SETS FOOT IN FIJI,I WILL RAPE HIS UGLY ASS JUST LIKE HE ENJOYED IN PARLIMENT IN 2000….HOPE YOU WILL CHILL FROM THAT UNFOUNDED IDIOTIC ,SELF LOVING, MAGLOMANIAC, LOVE FOR YOUR UGLY BLACK ,UNDEREDUCATED BRAIN…..UGLIEST INDIAN MAN OF FIJI….RPC….BITCH OF PARLIMENT IN 2000. I HOPE YOU GOT JOB SATISFATION FROM GEORGE SPEIGHT’S BOYS IN 2000…..YOU ARE THE LOWEST FORM OF HUMAN EXISTENCE…!!!!!!!!! ARSEHOLEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!

  14. hear !! hear!!
    long time coming for this bitch (black Rajend) and his equally backward ,junglee, self loving brother. I have always wondered if Mahend Chaudhry is a paedophile and these poor boys have have to put up with Mahend’s front end in their childhood?????/ These boys display weird human behaviour on any given day

  15. Here is what I know.

    The FLP and Bai’khai are strongly linked.

    Chordry accepted a position under Bhai.

    Chor and Kai have made a pact. The idea is that FLP will get the majority of the indo-Fijian vote. Bai/Khai will get a percentage of the kai viti vote, by bribing villages and getiing enough on side to have the numbers to form a coalition.

    Why have they not prosecuted Chor? Because they need him to win the election.

    Why was RPC not prosecuted? Because they need to keep Chor on side.

    ANY VOTE FOR THE FLP WILL BE A VOTE FOR BAI/KHAI.
    YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

    I CANNOT REVEAL HOW I KNOW OR I WILL BE TERMINATED. CHORS GOONS SCARE ME MORE THAN BAI’s THUGS

    DONT VOTE BAI AND DONT VOTE FLP. Unless you want the corruption to continue.

    One day the phone records will shoe just how often Khaiyum and Chor speak. Birds of a feather flock together.

    If the FLP don’t remove Cjor, then a vote for FLP will be a vote for Bai/Khai, simple.

  16. Kai Viti

    Why soon do it now if you got guts. Kai Viti lamusona. My Khayium has being ramming you all for 8 years. He will do it for years to come. Only talk typical i taukei mentally but only my man Khayium can take action. Next Prime Minister for Fiji Hon. Khayium.

    Do not forgot Khayium has been the P.M for last 8 years as Bai is has no brain.

    KAI

  17. The article ‘Bishop’s Fijian bridge building efforts will make winners of us all’ in the Fiji Sun 2/3 by Anthony Bergin the deputy director, Australian Strategic Policy Institute is a typical “let’s get back to business as usual” without any critical analysis. Statements made are a reflection of the paradigm used and it is not hard at all to see what paradigm Bergin has used.
    His is the kind of “strategic analysis” that had seen the readmission of countries like Sri Lanka, Syria and Libya and Zimbabwe back into the international fold without taking any real cognizance of the ground realities for the people in these countries.
    But we have come to know that’s how international political business is conducted. It’s guided by what’s politically expedient – which is what Bergin’s analysis is about.
    Mostly lip service is paid to the observation of democratic norms of governance.
    People better acquainted with Fiji politics under the Bainimarama military dictatorship – then Bergin’s superficial understanding – will know all too well what this entails.

  18. rajen’s right. in international politics they never call a spade a spade. they are always prepared to rub shoulders with dictators so long as they can do business with them. any one needs examples of this engagement with dictatorships while mouthing platitudes about democratic values and principles?

  19. @ Rajen Naidu – that is why I said that Australia would be the last county I would listen to about how to resolve Fiji’s on-going political problem! The mess that Fiji is in now is not only the result of a military institution’s inability to live by its constitutional obligation but also the result of the inability of a country (Australia) that sponsors its military training (under the pretext of defense cooperation program) to practically haul in the military for not sticking to its constitutional role! Not surprised with Bergin’s ‘lets revert to business as usual’ rhetoric because that is all what we have seen from Australia after years and years of Fiji’s coups. Australia’s pattern of engagement with Fiji has become more predictable than ever that we could almost guess what Australia’s approach would be should there be another coup in Fiji! The Australia Strategic Policy Institute has unconsciously become part of the problem, not the solution because the thinking touted is very much part of what we have been witnessing all along – smart sanctions and political rhetoric that don’t even work nor look smart at all in practice! There has never been a real change or shift outside the box. All policy thinking are still in the ‘box’. That is why Fiji is walking towards a stage-managed election that is neither free nor fair, an election underpinned by a self-imposed constitution and make-it-up as you go along rules. Bergin’s suggestion of ‘getting back to business as usual with Fiji’ directly implies Australia’s Strategic Policy Institute’s consent with these animal farm procedures!

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