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Concerns raised by village elders regarding was the legality of the Bainimarama government and the 2013 Constitution.

STATEMENT No:         SODELPA Campaign gets underway in Ra today

DATE ISSUED:                        July 7th 2013

 

About 40 men, women and youth attended a pocket meeting at Navutulevu Community Hall in Rakiraki village at 10: 30 am on Monday the 7th of July 2014.

SODELPA Party Nominees Nanise Nagusuca and Mick Beddoes and SODELPA officials addressed issues of concern relating to basic needs and services. Other questions, concerns raised by village elders regarding was the legality of the Bainimarama government and the 2013 Constitution.

The impact of land use decree and the surfing decree was also discussed. Villagers also expressed the lack of substantial development assistance in the last 8 years in comparison to what other provinces had received.

The first bulletin of “Na Dina – Sachai – truth” a flyer containing facts and figures of government excesses as contained in the actual government Budget documents was distributed to those that attended the meeting.

This meeting was the first meeting to kick off the SODEPLA Western Division Campaign schedule this week. The SODELPA candidates and officials will hold their next meeting in Tavua [Tues 8th 10am at the Tavua Club], before moving on to Vatukola, Ba, Nadi, Nadroga this week, ending with the opening of the SODELPA West Office in Lautoka this Saturday 12th July.

 

SODELPA’s Nanise Nagusuca & Mick Beddoes with some of the attendants at their 1st West meeting in Ra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Authorized By:     SODELPA

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4 thoughts on “Concerns raised by village elders regarding was the legality of the Bainimarama government and the 2013 Constitution.

  1. What is happening now is that in these next two months of campaigning before the elections on September 17th, the indigenous Fijians, who hold the majority of voters, are beginning to realize that they have been hoodwinked all the time by Bainimarama and Khaiyum. The land question, which is the most important question for them, will continually be the topic of discussion over their own tokatoka, mataqali and yavusa gatherings. No policemen or military people will be there to monitor the discussions and report to Bainimarama and Khaiyum about the negative comments that will be widely heard within these tribal meetings.

    The outcome of the elections will not be as what Bainimarama, Khaiyum and the Fiji Sun Newspaper is hoping for. But they will, in fact, rig the elections and falsify voting reports because they have their own people as elections officials as well as that the Fiji First Party most ardent advocate as Minister for Elections.

    So, be prepared for another lie, people.

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