Bloggers, Chodo’s trying to set down guidelines for Sir Paul Reeves and is rebuffed by him, that the Commonwealth is independent and not answerable to the NCCBF.
How refreshing? Se va cava?
Publish date/time: 04/07/2008 [15:44]
Fiji Labour Party Leader Mahendra Chaudhry believes that the Presidential Forum to discuss the electoral reforms should take place within the boundaries of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji.
After Commonwealth Envoy Sir Paul Reeves announced that all political leaders have agreed to participate in the forum, Chaudhry said for the forum to succeed, the proposal of the NCBBF and all its other members should be included in the Forum.
Ousted Opposition Leader Mick Beddoes said it is a necessary step to move forward.
As Commonwealth Envoy, Sir Paul Reeves wraps up his visit in Fiji today there are positive signs today as all the political leaders in Fiji have agreed to participate in the proposed Presidential Forum to be facilitated by the Commonwealth Secretariat.
He also stressed that the Commonwealth is Independent and does not have to answer to the NCBBF or the Interim government as they are here to assist. Meanwhile, Sir Paul Reeves is expected to meet with Interim Prime Minister Commodore Frank Bainimarama in Nadi tonight before flying out.