Bloggers, this is taken from today’s Daily Post. SV agrees with with the NFP (Rewa Branch) because the illegal junta has become a law unto themselves! They have become the antithesis of President Iloilo mandate!
How can the illegal junta via the NCBBF justify pushing forward the Agenda of the People’s Charter to Fiji citizens claiming it will make Fiji a better place, when they are practising corruption, nepotism, bad governance, illegal backpays, etc? We ask Mataca to pay heed!
The People’s Charter is reflective of the illegal junta! The illegal junta should be practising all aspects of the People’s Charter before pushing it down our throats! Your say bloggers?
4-Aug-2008 08:51 AM
NATIONAL Federation Party (NFP) Rewa branch has called on the President to dismiss the interim regime. This was part of the branch’s list of topics discussed at its Annual General Meeting yesterday at Saraswati Primary School, Nausori.
A statement released yesterday by NFP acting general secretary Bimal Prasad also revealed that discussions included a call for an early return to elections. Prasad said they had discussed in the meeting that Ratu Josefa Iloilo to start exercising use of his powers.
“It was resolved in the meeting to call upon His Excellency the President to dismiss the current interim government and also install a caretaker government of politically independent personnels,” he said. The NFP Rewa branch wants the President should “pave way for an early return to parliamentary democracy.” Prasad said the meeting also condemned those who wanted a delay to the general election.
He also talked about the charter saying it was more than what it actually looked from outside. “The intent of the charter was more than what the charter council was preaching. The 1997 Constitution was the real charter and NFP will not succumb to the demands of terrorists and power hungry politicians,” Prasad said.
He added that people in the current regime had nothing to offer apart from creating more problems. “Power hungry politicians have nothing to offer apart from creating chaos upon which they have been thriving in Fiji,” Prasad said.