Radio New Zealand outs regime dirty campaign

The people of Nasau village thought they were signing a document to give consent for a seaweed project but it turned out it was a petition asking the Government to cancel elections in order to give Commodore Frank Bainimarama a mandate not to hold elections in September next year as promised. This must be Bainimarama’s escape plan if it starts to look like his non-existent party turns out to be less popular than he hopes it will be. The United Front for a Democratic Fiji’s Mick Beddoes has made the claim and Radio New Zealand has broadcast it. No doubt local media will be too scared to report it, but it cannot be hidden.

Radio New Zealand 05 November, 2013 Claims Fiji village duped into saying election not necessary

One Response to “Radio New Zealand outs regime dirty campaign”

  1. Keep The Faith Says:

    ‘Twas ever thus.

    The sterling standard of ethical journalistic standards Maika Bolatiki (hyuk hyuk) is on his soapbox expounding the merits of native land under the illegal and treasonous regime which is additionally entertaining.

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