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You have relied totally on the response of the applicant Fiji First for your grounds of rejection rather than taking responsibility and conducting your own investigation.

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14 thoughts on “You have relied totally on the response of the applicant Fiji First for your grounds of rejection rather than taking responsibility and conducting your own investigation.

  1. come on people its not the Muslims …..its Khaiyum and his family spoiling the image of our Muslims brother and sister and if you blame our Muslims brother and sister we our self making racist worse than ever…cum on people Fiji is the world the way should be……before saying friend try looking from all angles

  2. SDL what a bunch of racist people.

    FLP what a bunch of racist indian people.

    Your coalition makes me laugh.

  3. Mick your uncle summed you up in one word “idiot” I will go further and say you are a disgrace and deserve all the derision you get.

    Now let’s take a look at your preposterous claims.

    “Mr Bajaj Prasad was convicted in 1982 and in accordance with the Rehabilitation of Offenders (irrelevant Convictions) Act 1997; the said conviction is no longer relevant”

    The above as explained by the registrar of elections is self explanatory; however what is the definition of an irrelevant conviction?

    Well the “Rehabilitation of Offenders (Irrelevant Convictions) Act, 1997 (No. 11 of 1997) define an irrelevant conviction as such: An irrelevant conviction is defined as a conviction for a criminal offence which has no direct bearing on the matter at hand, or if a rehabilitation period has expired”

    So what part of the above you don’t understand, moreover if you want to argue that such an Act is no longer in force than you will have to contend the Limitation Act Cap (35) and if the latter doesn’t cut the mustard than there’s the expungement of his convictions which I might add the offender is not obligated to disclose under any law.

    So all things considered where is the breach?

    The fact is you chasing your rather rotund shadow.

  4. Millie go back to sleep,it wont work as that is not moving forward,if anything at all you need to do go to the kitchen and remain there

  5. The Immigration law in NZ does not expunge anyone from not declaring any spent conviction under such legislation as the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. The onus is on each and every applicant to declare it or face deportation later when it comes to light.

    The same would certainly be true for the Political Parties (Disclosure) Decree in Fiji. The offense is simply failing to declare that conviction.

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