It will be interesting indeeed to see who from our ‘young generation’ in Fiji will take up the self appointed pms invitation to become more involved in politics while his illegal regime is flatulatiing about.
Is the illegal regime at the end of it’s tether and looking for friends? or has it realised (Duh uh!) it really doesn’t have any supporters who are worth a sikoa from the Prime Minister Mr Laisenia Qarases intelligent, noble head.
The younger generation are not stupid and have witnessed the disasterous outcomes of a coup that the illegal regime imposed onto the Nation since 5.12.06. and also very well aware that any association with the ig is unlawful, and to do so will brand them for life.
With loony oink and his loony gummunt threatening all and sundry with imprisonment if anyone dares buck their loony, insubstantial illegal stance who would bother, especially when politcs in Fiji is onesided as he’s effectively banned anyone associated with the SDL, NFP & NLP from any involvement in running for elections in 2014.
ALL HOT AIR AND NO SUBSTANCE AS USUAL FROM THE OLE FOOL OINK.
Read on and laugh ………………………………………………………..
Fiji’s illegal Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has urged Fiji’s young generation to be more involved in politics as his government welcomes new faces in the political arena ahead of the 2014 elections.
Speaking to FijiLive, Bainimarama urged the younger generation not to shy away from politics but rather be a part of it.
“What we want is young people to be involved in the Forum and be part of the government,” he said.
“They need to change their mentality about leaving the country in the hands of older politicians. We want young people with new ideas involved in running of the country,” the PM stated.
This comes after earlier comments by the PM that no members from the Fiji Labour Party, National Federation Party or the SDL will be allowed to run for elections in 2014.
“We want new faces with new ideas to be running the government and this is something we have learnt from the past,” Bainimarama added.
He also said they are currently going over the names of people who had applied to be a part of the National Dialogue Forum.
The Forum was expected to begin on February 1, but according to Bainimarama, it has been delayed following numerous applications from former politicians.
On the issues to be discussed in the forum, Bainimarama said they will discuss anything and everything there was to from People’s Charter to elections.