It appears that this nincompoop of a parachute-supervisor-of-elections FELICITY HEFFERNAN does not have a clue about what she should be doing and in what order… she’s running around town like a chicken-without-a-head seeking lunch appointments here and there! Oiyawe fakapo! Ka cava mada ka mai valata?!
SV asks : Is the nincompoop actually LEARNING ON THE JOB? At the people’s expense?
To Felicity : either you stop wasting Fiji’s precious time and get on with the fcuking job OR give it up now and go home!
In the meantime Mr. Karavaki, stop acting like God Almighty and help the poor woman get on with the job so Fiji can go to polls next year. And Mr. Karavaki, with all due respect, if you ever take up your old position again, just remember the people do not give a sh!t about your sabbath day on Saturday, have your Plan B in place for you are not indispensible.. the people’s collective right to their freedom to ballot is far more important and overrides your individual right to practice your religion anywhichway you want..
Fiji’s ousted Supervisor of Elections Semesa Karavaki has turned down an invitation for talks with his successor, New Zealander Felicity Heffernan.
Karavaki confirmed he had turned down a lunch offer by Heffernan.
This amid hopes by Heffernan to be fully briefed by him on steps to take to prepare Fiji for the upcoming general elections.
But Karavaki said he had reservations with the Elections Office because everything that is happening is unconstitutional.
“My conscience dictates that I don’t be part of anything that is unconstitutional,” Karavaki said.
Heffernan however said that people like Karavaki, Walter Rigamoto and Jon Apted who have had vast experience in taking Fiji to the polls can help the Elections Office with their suggestions.
She said she has briefly met with Apted and hopes to have talks with Rigamoto and Karavaki.
She has likened the election process to that of a roadmap which has its potholes adding that her office is also looking at recommendations by the European Observer Group who observed the 2006 elections.
Heffernan added while everyone is entitled to their opinion, her job is to remain neutral.