Friday, July 06, 2012

Illegal Fiji Regime to Demand Broad Mandate for Parties in 2014 Poll

 Sai's Comments: 

As we rightly anticipated! The arrogant, unelected, illegal Elections Minister Khaiyum, pronouncing on requirements for political parties in Fiji in order to contest the 2014 proposed elections. It is all designed to shut out regime opponents. Even abhorrent when you have the illegal regime decreeing the new requirements! That is what you have in Fiji with the illegal regime that is in power there.  

Read below Khaiyum announcing such an intention on foreign media before Fijians are being told. Again that is what life under an unelected  dictatorship is like - finding out what rules that affect you are to be put in place announced through foreign media! Expect more of the same soon unless people opposed to the illegal regime on the ground in Fiji stand up against it all. That includes military personnel who have the means to effect a regime change. 

Take action now or forever hold your peace and see your own country condemned to the dustbin of uncivilised nations for years to come. Take pride in your own oath and step forward for the salvation of your country of birth. End the reliance and adherence to illegal orders and illegitimate leadership by your dumb commanders. 

For Fiji's sake, stand up and do the right thing to correct the badly led ship of state.


Radio NZ International

Fiji’s elections minister says parties need to
have a broad mandate to be allowed to contest the elections promised for 2014.

The military regime has begun setting a new framework to choose a new parliament, which will replace the one it shut down in the 2006 coup.

A decree made public this week has scrapped the 1998 Electoral Act, but it allows parties to operate until the regime issues further the decrees, which will require them to register again.

Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has told Auckland-based Radio Tarana that parties needed also to re-register in countries, like Indonesia
“We need to ensure that the political parties that do or continue register or re-register are parties that have a broad mandate.”
The criteria have not been made public, but earlier this year, the regime leader, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, said that to end the coup culture, the ousted Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase and his former cabinet should not be allowed to return to power.

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