NLTB agrees to Pillar 6 of Charter – Native Lands No Trust Board says SV!
Bloggers, well it is not surprising for Qetaki to support the farter Charter because he was placed as CEO of the NLTB by the illegal junta. His political master is Vore. When you review Qetaki’s employment history, he is truly ‘insignificant’. He is well known for his drunkard episodes, but achieved nothing worth noting in the legal sector, very like wannabe AG Ayarse. The majority of the Board Members of the Board are made up of representations of the GCC, whom Vore has abolished and now he’s picked all his ‘yes’ men who are themselves ‘insignificant.’ SV finds it amusing and poetic justice, that the word ‘insignificant’ used by the illegal junta from day one of the coup, comes back to describe their very actions. This Board does not truly represent the taukei’s and should be ashamed of themselves and have become what the late Ratu Mo described as being the acronym for NATIVE LANDS NO TRUST BOARD! Remember ragone to register with www.solivakasama.org and once again thank you to all who have registered.
Monday, December 08, 2008
The Native Land Trust Board has told the National Council of Building a Better Fiji it supports the draft Peoples’ Charter’s position on land.
Speaking to Radio Fiji News, NLTB general manager, Alipate Qetaki says following wide consultations, the NLTB submitted that it agrees with the draft Charter’s provision on leasing native land because it will bring more revenue to land owners.
Qetaki says the NLTB has made the submission while noting that Pillar Six of the draft Charter supports making more land available for productive and social purposes.
Qetaki says, however, that although the NLTB goes along with the draft Charter on using land to help squatters, low income earners and other under privileged groups, the board is concerned about who will foot the bills for down payments and the continuous payment of rent.
Qetaki says the Board hopes Government will enlighten them on the matter when it receives the Board’s submission.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation LTD