Friday, October 30, 2009

Illegal PM says to STICK TO THE RULES

Sai's Comment:

  • What a hypocrite of this man to preach about following rules when he himself is the perpetrator of the greatest rule violation in Fiji's history! Another example of his lunatic mentality. To preach to the converted, he should know that soldiers had taken their queu from his treasonous act and are simply following in his illegal footsteps. Like him, soldiers have tasted power emanating from the barrel of a gun, and the misdeeds of their superiors, so have no idea of the illegality of their actions now. You have created all this Voreqe, yet you are so naive or dumb to realise it. That is why Fiji needs to return to democratic government so people with brains could properly serve the people of Fiji again. - 10/30/2009

Prime Minister and Fiji Military Forces Commander, Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, has ordered a stop to any internal club fundraising at the army barracks.

He made the directive while speaking in Fijian during a parade at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks on Monday.

He ordered a stop to all club fundraising activities within the RFMF.

“Anyone who wants to start a club in the military should do so with my authorisation,” he said.

“They will have to come and see me. I want them to show me the club’s constitution before I can allow it.”

Cmdr Bainimarama issued the directive after reports of officers coordinating club fundraisings, were alleged to have misused collected funds.

“I will order an investigation into these allegations of misuse of funds.”

Meanwhile, in his address, Cmdr Bainimarama indicated that he had no intention to hold on to power beyond 2014. He told soldiers that the 2014 General Elections would take place despite comments by critics.

Cmdr Bainimarama said the huge task before them was to ensure that all reforms were in place by 2014.

“We don’t have the time, but it’s going to happen,” he said.

Cmdr Bainimarama said by 2014, Fiji should be without racial, religious or political barriers.

He added that only then, they should be able to hand over power to a newly elected government.

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