Wednesday, May 18, 2011

News flash! Bainimarama Preparing to Remove Nailaitikau Within 24 hours

Posted on Coup Four Point Five - 18 May 2011

Roko Ului Mara says wife taken to QEB for questioning

Media in New Zealand have been told that the wife of Roko Ului has been taken up to Queen Elizabeth Barracks for questioning. 
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News flash! Fiji's president reported to be preparing to counter Bainimarama's plan to sack him

More updates coming in on an earlier report Frank Bainimarama is about to remove the president, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau.

Sources now say senior army and police officers are advising Nailatikau to call a press conference within hours and announce:

  1. That under his executive authority Nailatikau has now sacked Frank Bainimarama as Commander of RFMF.
  2. That under his executive authority he has now sacked the Bainimarama Cabinet
  3. That under his executive authority he has appointed a new RFMF Commander and Land Force Commander
  4. That under his executive authority he has now appointed a new Police Commissioner
  5. That he will announce an interim cabinet to lead Fiji to elections after consultations with relevant parties within next 36 hours.
  6. And that he is seeking temporarily international support from the embassies to help him deliver his mandate.
Sources close to the President said to be advising him to go ahead and make the announcement then seek refuge in US embassy.


 
COVERING THE BASES: Bainimarama tipped to be sacking Nailatikau (front left of him) to ensure his power.

News is coming in that Frank Bainimarama is moving to finally sack the President to allow him to assume executive authority.

Sources say the illegal leader plans to remove Ratu Epeli Nailatikau within 24 hours and that the illegal attorney general, Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum, is in the midst of formalizing the paper work to allow it to happen.


The regime hierarchy has been meeting behind closed doors this afternoon. Bainimarama is in Kadavu.

Nailatikau was to have been removed in February and it seems being the brother-in-law of Roko Ului Mara has tipped against him.

He also didn't decommission Mara and Pita Driti, both of whom were finally charged with uttering seditious comments and in Driti's case, inciting mutiny.

Insiders say assuming the office of President will give Bainimarama absolute power to rule Fiji and be totally immune from any efforts to get rid of him.

It's believed only a legal authority will be able to sack Bainimarama's government and ask for intervention from the United States, New Zealand and Australia once he becomes president.

Sources say the removal of Nailaitukau will also put Mara at risk.

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