Friday, September 10, 2010

Illegal Fiji PM wants evidence of allegations

Bainimarama acknowledged that allegations against some ministers have been made – even by people who support his government. 
However the Prime Minister says they will only follow up on allegations if evidence is provided. 

“If you have evidence to base allegations please feel free to direct them to the appropriate authorities for further action, in fact if you want to you can direct them to my office if you have any allegations, but there is no evidence to substantiate these allegations, it is pure I guess jealousy, and some of them are even coming from government workers and people who support the government – because there is a conflict of interest or their interest is waning with the reforms being carried out. These are allegations – if you have anything feel free to come forward.” 

The Prime Minister’s Office last week urged people not to listen to rumours and focus instead on government efforts to move the country forward.

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