Political parties old and new

The formidable MPC is out and about again, getting in touch with his faithful followers in the cane growing areas. His claim that his party is as strong as ever is no doubt true, so he’ll be a force to be reckoned with by Bainimarama. Chaudhry taunted the unelected PM about the non-appearance of his own party. “The Prime Minister’s much awaited political party doesn’t seem to be taking shape.” It looks like he’s got Frank afraid to move. Frank has spent six years attacking the politicians of old but he hasn’t shown us any of the new politicians he plans to have in his new party. Who can we expect? Felipe Bole? Inoke Kubuabola?

Fiji Times September 10, 2013 FLP support ‘intact’

One Response to “Political parties old and new”

  1. Bruce C Says:

    What MPC does not seem to understand is that a military dictator does need a political party to rule.

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