the goons and serial rapists have raped and destroyed another bastion of our democracy. The illegal government has given notice to dismiss all our local government councils; one of the final bastions of elected authority. First it was parliament then the Great Council of Chiefs. Then this. Next would probably be the Rural Local Authority and Provincial Councils. Very soon there will be no Tikina Council and bose va Koro then its every man for himself in a dog eat dog world.
Hey pig I have made up a list for you of all elected bodies in Fiji you can rape since you have become a political sex addict
FTUC, FICTU, Sugarcane Growers Council, Soqosoqo Vakamarama, all Trade Unions, All Church Governing Bodies, All public listed companies board, All Co-operative Council, APEX Club, Rotary Club, Red Cross, Boy Scout, Girl Guides, Cubs and Brwonies, All School PTAs, Army Wives Committee, The Military Officers Mess Committee, Police Wives Committee, Fiji Rugby Union, Fiji National Rugby League, Fiji Football Association (hey not a bad idea to finally boot out Samsud Dean Sahu Khan)🙂 , Fiji Labur Party Committee, SDL Committee, all other political parties committee, Fiji Democracy MOvement Commitee, how about the unelected Military Council (Yedo),
and you most prized catch would be the Soli Vakasama World Wide Movement Committee (You wish)😉
Read on as reported in the Fiji Times today:
THE dissolution of municipal councils is equivalent to another coup.Ousted prime minister Laisenia Qarase said the interim regime’s plans to take over municipal councils are a further attack on democracy.
“The councils are one of the last bastions in Fiji of elected authority,” he said. “Their removal by the regime will be equivalent to another coup. It will complete the regime’s rape of democracy.”
Mr Qarase said the interim Government should have allowed the councils to continue in office until the completion of a local government review.
“To use the review as a justification for ousting the councillors is just an excuse,” he said.
“The real motive is clearly to remove elected representatives. The regime has no mandate to do this, just as it has no mandate to review the local government system and no mandate to govern Fiji.”
Mr Qarase said this was another backward step for the country as it marks the second anniversary of military rule.