This is the fourth year that the Military Regime has taken over the SDL/FLP multicabinet government and in that time, have gone against the principles of democratic society, they have misinformed the people and the world and have shown their unproffesional and uneducated methods of governance that has brought shame to patriotic Fijians who have a deep feeling for their identity and a sense of belonging.

Underlying the declining economic growth,is an array of interrelating factors. Key among them are the drop in tourist numbers and investors. When these two key economic boosters are not addresed, a vicious cycle transpires, starting with the unemployment and loss of income, closing down of establishments, poor perfomance in local businesses, crime rate escalates, over worked and under paid workers...I can continue all the way down to poverty - and I haven't left the Western side and the hotel/resort businesses.

Imagine if I was to make an assumption on the repercussions of this negative economic growth right across the board, I think that no one will be happy at the end of it.

So, I am making a proposal to all those who want Fiji to have an election this year 2010. Please put your name here, where you live, and preferably a photo of yourself. This list will be attached to a letter requesting a return to the polls for our beloved country and sent directly to Bainimarama. If you think that Fiji needs Democracy and not Dictatorship, free to excercise their constitutional rights, have better health and educational systems and STOP THAT VICIOUS CYCLE please stand up and be counted.

Show Fiji you care, show them, that the democracy we are enjoying overseas should be enjoyed by them too. Sign here and I promise you it will find its way to the PM's office. After that we will let all the International Organisations and all our international friends know that we have put it to the Illegal PM - our desire and what we deserve. Vinaka.

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Comment by Jemesa G Levatia on April 19, 2010 at 8:24pm
Jemesa Levatia

Nasukamai Nalawa Ra
Comment by Ben. Vaciloa on March 24, 2010 at 2:06am
Ben. Vaciloa

nakorotubu -

Comment by Morgan Toscano on March 18, 2010 at 9:30pm
Maleka vakalevu, Komai............ lewa sa, na sasaga...............
Comment by Madja on March 5, 2010 at 4:01pm
All the Way, Tavale Suli.
Tony R Elo

Vuaki, Yasawa
Comment by Fanny C on February 28, 2010 at 10:10am
Comment by jemesa on February 27, 2010 at 10:01pm
count me in
there is no other way but the democracy way through an elected parliament.
Move over Bainimarama and let the people decide their own Government. Na rere tiko qori vei kemudou ena sega ni kauti keda kina dua na vanua vinaka... kauti keda ga kina rusa.

Jemesa D
Suva City

On Behalf of the silent majority under your nose Voreqe.
Comment by Mike on February 22, 2010 at 10:06pm
Vinaka Ben,

Is this the kind of respond that you expect from someone who claims to be a leader? I very much doubt it, however it is a good indication of how much substance he has between his ears. All his decrees are worth just as much and he better keep some for himself. He will need it when he is in his rat hole, just like Saddam was.
Comment by Ben Rokodaku on February 22, 2010 at 8:36pm
Bainimarama rubbishes plea for elections
February 23, 2010 04:23:39 PM

Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has rubbished a petition signed in New Zealand calling on Fiji to hold elections this year instead of September 2014, saying the paper the petition was signed on was only good for “toilet paper”.

Bainimarama said “nobody really gives a damn” about the petition and what it (the petition) was asking for was “a bit far fetched”.

He added his government’s priority at this time was getting Fiji’s infrastructure upgraded and improving the lives of ordinary citizens.

Radio NZ reported the petition was submitted to Bainimarama’s office in Suva.

The petitioners claim they have more than 600,000 signatures, including those of the leaders of the Fiji Labour Party, SDL and the National Federation Party.
Comment by J.Tui on February 14, 2010 at 1:06am
Time is up, democracy now, give us back our right, now, power to the people .
Comment by Sera C on February 11, 2010 at 2:28pm
FOR FIJI EVER FIJI...LET HER VOICES RING WITH PRIDE AND FREEDOM!!!!!! I SAY FREEDOM! FREEDOM !FREEDOM.....let her people vote for who they want and deem right to lead them.
Sera Colata
Fremont, USA
Rakiraki, Yale, Kadavu


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