Top of the morning bloggers. This is taken from the Fiji Times today. In our previous post, we has said that it was going to test the professionalism of the Police whether they continue to abide and blindly follow ketepoka Teleni or will they have the strength to make him step aside. What is sad is the Samabula Police Station refused to accept the initial complaint. It shows just how subdued the Police Force have become. The same would be for the military.
Ketepoka’s fancy talk of ‘subjudice’ like Ayarseis is all bullshit and they know it. The case before the court has to do with the legality of the regime and the promulgations made by brain dead Iloilo after January 2007. The complaint made by Qarase and his SDL Members is ‘treason’ which is a capital offence under the Criminal Code of Fiji and substantially different to that currently before the court. The Police is duty-bound to investigate the complaint and if they refuse, then the SDL can take it to the High Court to ‘force’ the Police to carry out its duties as described under the Police Act, which should be interesting.
These bastards must be getting worried because the opposition is not letting up and they are constantly having to defend themselves,showing the tide is slowing beginning to change and the shoe is on the other foot. Ketepoka’s smart talk that if the SDL Party is wishing to destabilise the Governmenta then he will use his powers to curb it is simply amazing. Na magai%#^*** oqo refuses to accept that it is their treasonous actions in 06.12.07 which is the biggest destabilising factor in Fiji today!!! I guess when you know you are wrong and cannot admit it, then you have no choice but to keep putting your head in the sand, but guess which part of your autonomy gets exposed????
On another note, that ‘fallen back slidden’ Father Arms according to FijiLive who is the main author behind the ‘Electoral Change’ also proposed that the deposed Parliament could be recalled to effect the changes to the Constitution. Remember this is the same bastard, who recommended that they should push Constitutional Reforms through whilst the Military is in power, which was not condemned by the other ‘fallen back slidden’ Yabaki. SV calls upon Father Arms to stick to your calling because what you have already done to Fiji is SINFUL otherwise FO!!!!
Saturday, September 06, 2008
THE Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party has filed a treason complaint against the interim regime at the Raiwaqa Police Station 21 months after the 2006 coup. The crimes are alleged by the SDL to have been committed by Republic of Fiji Military Forces commander Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama and members of the military council on December 5, 2006.
The complaint was lodged by ousted prime minister Laisenia Qarase, ousted minister Samisoni Tikoinasau, Ted Young, Mere Samisoni and Dr Tupeni Baba. Also implicated in the complaint is Police Commissioner Esala Teleni.
Mr Qarase said the complaints were also lodged against all members of the interim Government who took illegal oaths including those who may have resigned. Commodore Bainima-rama directed questions to his office. Defence Minister Ratu Epeli Ganilau said the complaint was news to him.
Interim Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said the move was obviously another gimmick or stunt by Qarase and his followers. He said the supposed complainants were litigants in the Qarase/ Bainimarama mater before the High Court. “This is subjudice because the matter is before the courts,” said Mr Sayed-Khaiyum.
He said what was before the courts was the legality or otherwise of the regime and the promulgations by President Ratu Josefa Iloilo after January 5, 2007. “Some of which relate to events before on and after December 5, 2006,” said Mr Sayed-Khaiyum, adding the stunt was meant to destabilise the nation and cause instability.
“This appears to be in line with the foreign policy interests of Australia and New Zealand,” said Mr Sayed-Khaiyum. SDL national director Peceli Kinivuwai said the complaint was lodged at the Raiwaqa Police Station after it was rejected by the Samabula police yesterday.
He said it was evident police officers were scared to do their work because of duress from the regime. Mr Kinivuwai said despite the no-drop policy Corporal Rattan Lal declined to take the complaint filed by Mr Tikoinasau so it was filed at the Raiwaqa Police Station.
Mr Kinivuwai said Sergeant Lal told the SDL officials to lodge their complaint at the Central Police Station. Sergeant Lal later said he took the complaint when contacted last night but he did not know who lodged it. “I took the complaint but you need to talk to Central Police Station,” he said.