The Tebbutt-Times poll has shown that Bainimarama’s support as preferred PM has dropped from 60% to 49%. And FrankFirst Party found support among only 45% of voters polled. If this turns out to be right Bainimarama will have to learn how to say please and to listen to other people, because there’s no way he can become PM without support from at least one of other party. 45% of the vote gives him 22 or 23 seats in parliament, with the other seats probably split between SODELPA, NFP and FLP and PDP. He will have to allow other parties to have cabinet positions and to listen to more than Khaiyum, He’d better enroll in Cooperation Classes now because he’s got a of ground to catch up.
Fiji Times September 06, 2014 Top choices