Friday, April 09, 2010

Abrogation Allowed for Fiji growth: Illegal Fiji PM

Radio Fiji News - 09 April 2010

The abrogation of the Constitution a year ago has created an enabling environment and a clean slate that has allowed Fiji to grow and develop says Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama.

The Prime Minister made the comment almost exactly a year to the day the Fiji Constitution was abrogated by the former President Ratu Josefa Iloilo.

Bainimarama says the abrogation of the Constitution has led to many positive changes in the country.

“We now have a fully functional and independent judiciary.

"We have ensued law and order in place and the focus is on reforms in the various sectors including in particular the public service"

"We have set an election deadline of 2014 and we’re working towards a new and modern constitution as a prerequisite to the elections".

"In fact the abrogation of the constitution has allowed for a reformist modernizing agenda for all sectors of growth.”

http://www.radiofiji.com.fj/fullstory.php?id=26923

Comment posted on Matavuvale.com 

  • When I was at the Fiji Human Rights Commission, I can recall many academics and consultants coming to study the 1997 constitution to use as part of their research and papers and their comments has always been the same, "this is one of the most advance, dynamic, far sighted constitution in existence"
  • while no constitution is perfect, the 1997 constitution stood out as a light of beacon to the rest of the world.
  • Problem is Bai is too legally dumb to see through the bullshit Aiyarse cooks for him!!!

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