Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Chaudhry Resigned on Bainimarama's Promise of Elections in 2009

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Members of the Bainimarama government were told in 2008 that elections will be held in 2009.

Fiji Labour Party Leader Mahendra Chaudhry says this prompted him and others to tender in their resignation.

“We were supposed to have elections in March 2009, the PM wrote to all of his Ministers and explained those who wish to contest for elections have to resign so we resigned in August to prepare for the elections in March 2009.”

However Land Force Commander Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga says elections would not have seen the developments that have happened in the past few years.

“If we went back to 2009 and did elections then what we have shown people of Fiji about what you were preaching to be different from what they were thinking, what they been taught and what they have been shown, so that is one necessary, it was explained to Chaudhry, but because he has agendas of his own which included discriminatory policies, his own vote banks, it made him just irresponsible to say that.”

Fiji Labour Party Management Board is now drafting their proposal and is challenging the manner in which the Constitutional Process is carried out.
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