No coalition for FijiFirst, PM confirms
From FIJI LIVE
SUVA, Fiji—- Prime Minister and FijiFirst party leader Voreqe Bainimarama has confirmed that his party will not form coalition with any other party for the September 17 election and afterwards.
Speaking to the people of Wakanisila at the Kalabu Secondary School last night, PM Bainimarama said they would not go into coalition with another party like what the Fiji Labour Party (FLP) and the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) have talked about in their campaign to do so post elections.
“We won’t go into coalition, there is no ongoing talks to form a coalition with another party as weall know that different party comes with different policies,” Bainimarama told the public in i-Taukei vernacular last night.
He said everyone knew what differences has been brought by different party leaders like former Prime Ministers Mahendra Chaudhry and Laisenia Qarase.
“And you listen to the Marama Roko Tui Dreketi, you hear how she speaks and you will know that she brings about differences,” he said.
He added all that his government has done was to keep what belongs to Indigenous Fijians and give every citizen an equal citizenry.
He said other parties like the FLP, SODELPA and the People’s Democratic Party were back with the dirty old politics to win the people’s votes and forget them once they make it into government.