SDL to discuss case Appeal today – SV says appeal the flawed, biased illegal Gate’s decision.
Yadra bloggers, well after recovering from the initial shock of the illegal Gate’s judgement, we were buoyed by the lone show of courage by Vilisi Nadaku. We hope more will follow suit because it is individual protests like this, that creates immense fear into the plastic macho military because they know full well that people like Vilisi can and will motivate an even larger and stronger force than the military. It is also refreshing to see the SDL considering all their legal options including an Appeal and SV encourages the SDL to up the ante. Many bloggers have expressed the desire to set up a website and raise membership fees, so we become more of a proactive body, to organise protests, lobby foreign governments, funding important court matters, assisting with legal fees of people like Vilisi Nadaku, etc. You may not have noticed bloggers, since we were all caught up with the recent happenings in Fiji, but we have surpassed the 800,000 hit mark, so our goal to reach the magic 1m mark is getting nearer by the moment. We at SV Administrators will be closely liaising within the next 1-2 weeks and we will let you know of our new set up to coincide with the new direction we will be moving into and mark my words bloggers, with your help and support, SV will remain steadfast until all the coup conspirators and showery figures are brought to justice and the coup culture eradicated once and for all. Remember, all good things come the hard way. Keep blogging ragone!
Kinivuwai says they have been given 45 days to make an appeal, to which they will definitely abide by. Taken from / By: Google
13th October 2008
Soqosoqo Duavata Ni Lewenivanua Party Director Peceli Kinivuwai says the Interim Government has not yet won their case.
In a twist, the SDL Party has labeled last Thursdays ruling as a bonus for their case because the ruling was not in line with the case they presented.
Kinivuwai says the high court has given them 45 days to make an appeal, to which they will definitely abide by. He says the SDL Party will be meeting their legal advisors today to discuss the appeal.
Kinivuwai told Radio Fiji News that they will make their appeal to the Supreme Court and if they are not happy with the ruling, they will then move to the International Court of Justice. He has called on SDL supporters not to bow out yet, saying the party will see that Justice prevails.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation