Oh puhleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese stop crying wolf khaiyum and get over your irrelevant self.
The illegal regime in Fiji cannot dictate New Zealand or any other countries processes, especially who they allow into their countries.
Judges or any other person appointed by the illegal regime and upholding the illegal regimes processes need to know what they are doing is ILLEGAL
and if there are sanctions in place, well them’s the breaks.
Here is his latest tirade, ha ha ha ha ha, oi lei na keteni dredre:
The New Zealand Immigration Department has misled the Fiji public about denying entry to a Fiji High Court judge seeking urgent operation for her child, says Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.
The department said earlier this week that no decision has been made on Justice Angela Wati’s application yet, since it is still being processed.
But, Sayed-Khaiyum told a press conference in Suva today that Justice Wati was interviewed by the NZ immigration officials last week for her 20-month-old baby’s eye operation in Auckland and was told that a visa will not be issued.
“She was interviewed and she was told verbally that the visa will not be issued. Your child is not going to die…,” he said.
Sayed-Khaiyum said an Immigration official later rang Wati and apologised for the manner in which they spoke to her.
A letter read out by Sayed-Khaiyum, received by Judge Wati on October 15, stated: “the NZ government has placed a ban on the issue of visas or permits to the person who have appointments made by the interim Government of Fiji”.
“By virtue of accepting an appointment to the ministry of justice, you fall within the parameters of NZ travel sanctions.”
Sayed-Khaiyum referred to the situation surrounding Justice Wati’s application and the ensuing comments by New Zealand authorities in the media as “obviously serious”.
“It’s not a matter to be lingered upon and nor should it be a matter to be brought out in the public in such a manner,” he said.
He expressed concern at the NZ Immigration Department’s wrong analysis of the Fiji situation.
“There has not been a single shred of evidence to demonstrate there’s any interference with the day to day functioning of the judiciary by the executives.
“There is no predetermined process that dictates as to which matter a judge will hear. The PM or minister does not pick up the phone and tell the judge what to write. Judges are not told what to do – this is what determines whether a judiciary is independent or not and that does not happen and is not happening and will not happen,” he added.