Thursday, August 07, 2008

Military Has Huge Role in Fiji’s Development

Sai Comment:
-This is nothing but a recipe for ongoing usurpation of power by a bloated and badly led military in Fiji. It must never be allowed and in fact the bloated military must be trimmed as there are simply no enemies to fight in Fiji!!! What a convoluted dumb argument to suggest otherwise!!
Military Has Huge Role in Fiji’s Development
07/08/2008

The military has the overall responsibility of the safety, security and well-being of the people of Fiji.This contentious issue which was heavily debated in the months leading up to the December 2006 takeover, has been maintained by the military during the talks in the National Council for Building a Better Fiji Task teams and working groups.When asked by Fijivillage News Director, Vijay Narayan on whether the enhancing of the military's role in the draft People's Charter also sees the military having the overall responsibility for the security of the people, NCBBF's Technical Head, John Samy said the RFMF definitely needed to be involved in national development.
Samy said over the next few years the military can also play a huge role in the infrastructure development of the country.
Military Spokesperson, Major Neumi Leweni said while the military's overall responsibility on people's safety and security is nothing new this is another step forward.
The Draft Charter includes the re-alignment of the role of the RFMF to include human security and the ways suggested are to enhance the military-community development partnership 07/08/2008

The military has the overall responsibility of the safety, security and well-being of the people of Fiji.This contentious issue which was heavily debated in the months leading up to the December 2006 takeover, has been maintained by the military during the talks in the National Council for Building a Better Fiji Task teams and working groups.When asked by Fijivillage News Director, Vijay Narayan on whether the enhancing of the military's role in the draft People's Charter also sees the military having the overall responsibility for the security of the people, NCBBF's Technical Head, John Samy said the RFMF definitely needed to be involved in national development.
Samy said over the next few years the military can also play a huge role in the infrastructure development of the country.
Military Spokesperson, Major Neumi Leweni said while the military's overall responsibility on people's safety and security is nothing new this is another step forward.
The Draft Charter includes the re-alignment of the role of the RFMF to include human security and the ways suggested are to enhance the military-community development partnership

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