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Political Leaders support reforms: EU – which political leaders says SWM!

October 5, 2009

 Bloggers, I would like to ask Roger Moore, just who are these political leaders who support Franks political reforms? I would not be surprised these so called political leaders, like Akuila Yabaki who have no standing or political following in Fiji, should cause the EU to stop and listen to them. It’s very obvious the SDL Party, having the largest Fijian support base does not support Frank’s illegal political reform and it seems quite natural for some non-Fijian Political parties to support these reforms because it strengthens their standing in Fiji. I ask Roger Moore to wisely interpret these reports because the indigenous Fijians are at risk of being further marginalised and made 2nd class citizens in their own homeland!

Tui Savu.
Monday, October 05, 2000


A senior European Union official says political leaders in Fiji do agree with the reforms being carried out by Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama.

EU official Roger Moore told a New Zealand television station that he found it strange that political leaders in Fiji do agree with the substance of Commodore Bainimarama’s reforms.

However, Moore adds that the politicians don’t agree with Bainimarama’s methods.

Moore says political leaders and the current government should engage in a political dialogue.

Meanwhile Moore says that Fiji’s situation is not like Zimbabwe or Somalia even though diplomats and Fiji government officials he had talked too told him that Fiji its Constitution has been abrogated, it is in a state of emergency and there are serious problems.

Fiji Broadcasting Corporation

4 Comments leave one →
  1. C.I.A permalink
    October 6, 2009 6:14 AM

    As afgahn and Pakistanies are joing the Fiji military forces in an attempt to serve in UN missons to carry out terrorrist agendas,more reductions is coming for FMF in the near future.

  2. Mark Manning permalink
    October 6, 2009 9:42 AM

    Being part of the United Nations peace keeping should be seen by any Soldier, as an honour.
    But to wish to be a part of that peace keeping only for financial reasons alone, and at the expense of fellow Fijians, seems rather selfish to say the least.
    It is not only Frank Bainimarama who has tarnished the once proud reputation of the RFMF, but rather all currently serving Officers, Commissioned and Non Commissioned.
    As for the ordinary Soldier of the RFMF, it’s inexcusable that they have continued to remain in active Service, given the personal reputation of the Commander, his history of violence against not only his own Soldiers, but also Citizens of Fiji, male and female, young and old, pregnant and not pregnant.
    It has taken much lobbying of the United Nations to stop the peace keeping deployments from the RFMF by many of us, to help bring about an end to the support for Frank and Co.
    Sadly, not one Soldier from within the RFMF has had the honour to resign in protest, other than those who Officers who initially resigned.
    I call for an end to the role of the military within Fiji, as do many Fijians.
    All Soldiers, who from today, continue to serve under Commander Frank Bainimarama, should have their names recorded so they may never serve under any future government, in any capacity, in the future.
    They must be given the choice from today, resign or be forever a marked man / woman.
    I note, that as late as yesterday, there are still Fijians who know nothing of the brutal assaults of women and others, in the Barracks on Christmas Eve, 2006 !
    As appears to be the custom among Fijians, slowly slowly seems to be the order of the day.
    However, it is this approach which has kept many in the dark.
    It’s time now for Fijians to openly discuss the atrocities committed by Frank Bainimarama, for the ” Truth ” shall set yee free !

  3. Peace Pipe permalink
    October 6, 2009 12:33 PM

    Yes there has to be reforms but not Frank’s brand. And why don’t Roger Moore reveal who are the political leaders who support FB’s reforms. He still don’t get it or has he also been mersmerised by this artful liar. That’s what happens when you get one side of the story. It all seem credible. That’s why they use the PER and keep on hanging on to it in spite of of the objections raised by the Commonwealth.

    MM well said. The root of the coup problem lies in the military and all serving soldiers no longer have any honour that was once the hallmark of Fiji’s military. They are all complicit in this act of crime that their boss order them to carry out. If it was not for therse soldier the coup would not have been possible. I am with MM when you say evrything is happening slowly slowly in Fiji. This slowlyness is making the impetus to act lose steam and then the urge fades away and the criminal gets away scot free. I still haven’t figured it out yet why this indifference pervades the Fijian society.

  4. Mark Manning permalink
    October 6, 2009 1:46 PM

    Peace Pipe,
    I think there is an undying belief in God and his will, and also the knowledge within each Fijian that each is capable of extreme violence.
    No one in Fiji wants a repeat of 2000 and that’s why the Chiefs have asked everyone to wait.

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