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Unnamed “Security Forces” ensuring security for the September 17 elections

Security Forces share common vision

18:21 Tue May 06, 2014Taken from/By: FBC NewsReport by: Mik Loga

Police Chief Of Operations ACP Rusiate Tudravu says, there have been frequent meetings between the security forces as compared to previous years. Tudravu says, the Forces are working towards ensuring security for the September 17 elections and a secure Fiji.

“I can assure you that our relationship is intact..I think we are heading to the same direction preparing the national for the election and also the law enforcement part of it and security aspect in trying to get everything at management level in heading towards election and the future of Fiji.

”The head of Police Operations is also working to re-emphasise to Police Officers to understand their role as law enforcers.

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3 thoughts on “Unnamed “Security Forces” ensuring security for the September 17 elections

  1. The Fiji Labour Party has called on Minister for Elections, the illegal Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to resign after his appointment as the general secretary of the proposed Fiji First party. Labour leader Mahendra Chaudhry said in a statement that Sayed-Khaiyum cannot continue to be the Minister for Elections after his appointment as it is a conflict of interest and abuse of office. “Failure to do so will tantamount to abuse of office.

  2. If the Police refuses to prosecute Bainimarama now from Beddoes report, then to publish such news of working together for security is a waste of taxpayers funds.

    This is criminal and corruption in our very eyes yet the law is looking the other way. If looks away now, then it look away during and after ELECTION.

  3. @Apete. That is precisely our challenge. There is no law as such. There is no justice. As long as this evil regime continues to rule over us, we cannot expect justice. Not from the police, neither from the judiciary. Remove this regime. Remove our problems. It is as simple as that.

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