Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Bainimarama labels Samoa PM's criticisms un-Pacific

Bainimarama labels Samoa PM's criticisms un-Pacific
www.fijitimes.com - Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Sai Comment:
- Voreqe's rebuttal of the Samoan PM's statement against his illegitimate regime rings shallow, hollow, and unconvincing because Voreqe knows in his heart of heart he has no mandate nor right to be punishing the people of Fiji with his missrule. The sooner he aplogises to the people of Fiji and let them have the leaders they want to run their Government the better it will be for Fiji. Go now Voreqe and be done with you and your cronies.

UNPROFESSIONAL, un-Pacific and unwarranted was how interim Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama described his Samoan counterpart's unflattering criticisms of him.

Commenting for the first time on the incident, Mr Bainimarama said in a government statement that Mr Malielegaoi had "gone too far" in his public statements regarding Fiji and its current Government and leadership.
"It is most unprofessional and unbecoming of a Head of Government of a fellow Forum member country to make public statements about another Forum member country and its leader," he said.
Samoa's Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi had accused him of lying to the Pacific Island Forum leaders, and implied that he had an ulterior motive other than the welfare of the people of Fiji.

Commodore Bainimarama said it was "most unprofessional and unbecoming of a Head of Government of a fellow Forum member country to make public statements about another Forum member country and its leader".

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