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Military/Police divert attention

Military/Police divert attention

By fijivillage.com
Monday 05/11/2007

The Military and the Police are trying to divert attention from the upcoming 2009 elections and should stop making allegations unless they have solid evidence.

Pacific Centre for public Integrity Director Angie Heffernan said that the allegations against NGO's are outrageous.

The Director for the Pacific Concerns Resource Center has expressed concern over allegations that some civil organisations involved in the alleged assassination plot.

Tupou Vere said the allegations are general and she hopes that credible evidence is revealed in relation to the allegations.

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Fiji Womens Crisis Centre Coordinator, Shameema Ali has criticised the allegations saying it goes against their core principle to help the people of the country.

Meanwhile, Pacific Centre for Public Integrity Director, Angie Heffernan said the Military and the Police are trying to divert attention from the upcoming 2009 elections and should stop making allegations unless they have solid evidence.

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