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"Who is playing petty politics" (Letter to Editor, sent 19 Nov. 2014)

“Who is playing petty politics”
Letter to Editor (The Fiji Times, Fiji Sun, Ashwin Raj) (sent 19 Nov. 2014)

Dear Sir,

While the Bainimarama Government accuses SODELPA of playing petty politics, the reality is the opposite. 200 more words

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Mr Policeman: "Nothing to worry about ma'am. We are all friends."

This morning I was woken up by lots of noise outside. There were cars beeping and commotion coming from the busy street 2 floors below me. 571 more words

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Bainimarama and the Forum: a storm in a calm ocean (DevPolicy Blog (11 Nov. 2014))

Bainimarama and the Forum: a storm in a calm ocean
(DevPolicy Blog (11 Nov. 2014)

Thinking members of the public would have been pleased to see the Chair of Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) announce that Fiji was being admitted back to this regional organization. 1,445 more words

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"Bainimarama and the Forum Secretariat: a storm in a calm Pacific Ocean". 5 Nov. 2014.

Bainimarama and the Forum Secretariat: a storm in a calm ocean
Professor Wadan Narsey (5 Nov. 2014)

Thinking members of the public would have been pleased to see the Chair of Forum Secretariat announce that Fiji was being admitted back to this regional organization. 1,486 more words

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"The new catastrophic risks to Fijian sovereignty" (Fiji Day, 10 October 2014)

The new catastrophic risks to Fijian sovereignty
Professor Wadan Narsey (Fiji Day, 10 October 2014)

Some are describing the election of the Bainimarama Government on the 17 September 2014 as the “dawn of a new era” and who knows, it may turn out that way if Fiji miraculously sees the emergence of a genuinely transparent and accountable government that we have seen no trace of, over the last eight years. 3,514 more words

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"The Final Count in the 2014 Elections". The Fiji Times, 23 Sep 2014

The Final Results of the Fiji 2014 Elections
Professor Wadan Narsey (FT 23 Sep. 2014)

By the morning of Monday 22 September 2014, the Elections Office put out the final counts of the September 17 Fiji Elections (as well as the detailed results from each of the polling stations). 568 more words

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