Chaudhry says new Govt should not make unreasonable demands as a price for their support for the Coalition

Chaudhry says new Govt should not make unreasonable demands as a price for their support for the Coalition

By Rashika Kumar
Sunday 01/01/2023
Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka (centre left) and FLP Leader Mahendra Chaudhry (centre right) [Image: Sitiveni Rabuka/Twitter]

Fiji Labour Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry has cautioned the leaders of the multi-party government saying that they should not make unreasonable demands as a price for their support for the Coalition.

In his New Year’s message Chaudhry says they must consider the national interest ahead of all else.

The FLP leader further says fair treatment of all the communities must be the benchmark they should set for themselves in all their decisions.

Chaudhry says Fiji celebrates the New Year with the installation of a new government and it is a blessing which comes after sixteen years of autocratic rule.

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