The deputy governor of the RBF, Arif Ali, has claimed stable government is needed after the elections. And what does stable government mean for Arif Ali? It means keeping the policies of the unelected government which has been running the country since 2006. This is straight-out political. He is urging a vote for Fiji First Family Party. We know the Attorney General will not bring him into line, because he’s probably the one who told him to make the statement. It’s an unfair election and we can all see it, but we can still show them what we think at the ballot box. This is just another reason to send that message. And Arif Ali, your card is marked.