Bloggers, well slippery Samy on the eve of his departure to NZ now admits the NCBBF has 62% support from the people regarding the farter Charter. What SV finds amusing is the fact when allegations first arose people were being intimidated to sign the Acknowledgment Slips, even before they read the farter Charter, slippery Samy came out on the defensive and publicly stated these Slips were not going to be used for the purposes to show their support, but administrative. This man really has no conscience at all and is beyond redemption! These slips was always going to be used by slippery Samy and the NCBBF to deceitfuly inflate their support! How pathetic! We will be contacting the ADB about his deceiful practices. Why did Mataca or Yabaki not speak out against this corruptive and fraudulent practice? The simple answer is they conspired together with Vore to lie to brain dead President Iloilo! Be that as it may, SV says this questionable 62% still ain’t enough to change the Constitution because under an elected Government, it would need 75% support of the members of each House. (Section 191) and Section 190 clearly states the Constitution may be altered only in the manner prescribed in Chapter 15 and may not be altered in any other way! So slippery Samy, even with this latest revelation of your dirty, unconscionable, unethical and fraudulent practices, you still have fallen short by at least 13%! Now slippery Samy wants to return to Fiji and open a Trust for children? WTF! Give me a break says SV!
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Tuesday, December 16, 2008
More than 300,000 people have shown support to the draft People’s Charter through the response forms distributed by public outreach teams around the country.
The National Council for Building a Better Fiji, in a statement, said out of the 533,782 aged 18 years and above, a total of 342,592 (64.2 per cent) supported the draft Charter.
The NCBBF had also criticised media reports, saying despite the clarity of information given to the media, it has again provided distorted reports highlighting that the Council claims 92 per cent of Fijis population supported the draft Charter.
In its latest statement, NCBBF said: “As of December 10, 2008, of the 533,782 people in Fiji aged 18 years and above, the People’s Charter process had outreached and consulted a total of 424,660 persons, this representing approximately 80 percent of the adult population.”
A total of 372,311 persons were consulted to provide their feedback by completing the response forms; and of this total, 342,592 (92 per cent) affirmed their support for the Charter.
While majority showed their support 3 per cent expressed their support subject to certain changes while 4.4 per cent respondents did not support the Charter process.
The President, Ratu Josefa Iloilo yesterday received the final draft copy of the Charter. He said there are hopes the Charter will unify the country and take it forward.