Fiji's Family Network
I refer to the artcile in the Fiji Sun where FBC CEO questions the selection criteria.
While I am sure there is a process in place which the organisers will probably follow, I beg to ask the question,
Are organisers transparent in the way they do things?
Are there laws and legislation to guide those to want to stage public competitions?
Can The Hibiscus give the public a spreadsheet of the points gathered by the contestants in each category (plus each judge's scores)?
Lol..too many dramas ..similar to Miss Fiji issue ...
sadly, most girls in Fiji would rather be beautyful than intelligent......and Hibsicus 2012 just proved that...:)
They should keep the fun stuff and ditch all this drama. Is the Crowning of Miss Hibiscus that important? .....I think Fun is fun and people should keep it fun.
@ Nizzi.........sa leca na fun ni ra sa vinakata na wini, na glory ni sala etc, etc, etc sa fly out the window sara that they joined the pageant 'to support a good cause' or to create more awareness about a cause that they think is important to be taken to that level - this seems to be the standard reply to questions of why they joined the pageant.....
Ni sa yaco tale mai na kisi ni Sala ni Ranadi - sa dua tani tale na veitalanoa - o koya sara ga na part ya...koya sa sega kina ni macala na veika tale e so - sa jaiva tale ga kina na 'cause' that they were championing because the focus was sadly not the cause but the CROWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!