Khaiyum has defended his ambush of foreign investors in the property market by claiming he DID consult. He said his consultation was the post-budget forum organised by the Fiji Chamber of Commerce at the Grand Pacific Hotel. He just doesn’t get that consulting means talking to people to find out how it affects them BEFORE springing the new law on them. For some strange reason it was lefty to Government Member of Parliament Ashneel Sudhakar to explain that the main focus of the Land Sales (Amendment) Bill No. 28 of 2014 did not apply to land outside town and municipal boundaries. So what about the people in Savusavu? And does that do anything to reduce the damage already done to investor confidence?