Top of the morning bloggers. It is unfortunate that we had to cut short our 1st birthday celebrations yesterday to report on the unfortunate death of Josefa Baleiloa. Well this morning Sanjay Goundar reports Vore’s challenge to the ‘converted’ to show evidence of the imposition of the Charter upon the people of Fiji. This bastard lies through his teeth and does not bat an eye lid at all. His deception has overpowered him, that he no longer can tell reality, which is a dangerous sign because he no longer is a dictator, but is fast becoming a tyrant. The evidence of imposing of the Charter is simply this Vore – why are you now making it a condition precedent, that unless the Charter has been accepted by the people of Fiji, there will be no General Elections? Isn’t that imposing your will and forcing people to accept the Charter if they want a General Election? SV exhorts its bloggers to spread the word to oppose the Charter and see what this tyrant will do next. Mark our words, if people mistakenly think that by embracing the Charter, it will ensure General Elections, they will be sadly disappointed because this bastard no longer has any shed of decency left in his bones. We at SV call upon the people of Fiji to stand and oppose the Charter!!!
17-Sep-2008 08:47 AM
INTERIM Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama yesterday called on all opponents of his government to provide evidence that the military council would act as dictators and impose the Peoples Charter on the nation.
Speaking at the Charter consultative meeting at Lautoka Churchill Park’s yesterday Bainimarama stressed that much has been said by their opponents that he and the military council would shove down the Charter on the people.
He pointed out that the people should judge from the facts provided by them and not let others decide for them. “What evidence have they provided to you that I have imposed and not consulted? The short and simple answer is none. All the evidence proves to the contrary,” Bainimarama said.
“The NCBBF as an independent body has been consulting in the most thorough and efficient manner that our country has ever known or seen. It is my earnest desire and commitment to work for a broad-based consensus on the way forward for Fiji,” he added.
Bainiarama urged political leaders to come forward and dialogue in going forward now, for the sake of the nation’s future and to demonstrate the love of our country. “The draft Peoples Charter should be used as a basis for opening dialogue and to develop consensus on moving Fiji forward,” he said.
Bainimarama reiterated that elections would never take place without the Peoples Charter being implemented. However, he emphasised that he will not unilaterally impose the draft Peoples Charter upon the people of Fiji on an all or nothing basis.
“The draft Peoples Charter is not my document. It is a document drafted by a consultative and broadly representative group, through a transparent process of extensive consultations with the people of Fiji right across the country.
“I have said this before and will repeat this draft Peoples Charter document remains such that is a draft until the majority of Fiji ’s people embrace it. “Only then it becomes the Peoples Charter, representing the collective will of the people of Fiji. It will not be and cannot be, the Bainimarama charter or the RFMF charter or the charter of the interim Government.”
By SANJAY GOUNDAR