FijiFirst will fight to keep the sovereignty of the nation- Prakash

FijiFirst will fight to keep the sovereignty of the nation- Prakash

By Tifa Vataiki
Wednesday 29/07/2020
FijiFirst MP Vijendra Prakash.

FijiFirst MP Vijendra Prakash says the FijiFirst government will fight tooth and nail to keep the sovereignty and dignity of the country intact.

Prakash says the commitment of government has always been to put the interest of the people first.

He says we should all be patriotic to this land we call home, where we can create a common platform and understanding for people of different races and beliefs in the country to work together in building the nation.

He says the 2020/2021 National Budget will help in the construction industry in investing in many building projects that will be implemented thus creating employment opportunities for many Fijians.

Prakash says an increase in budget allocations in the different areas like agriculture, women, children and poverty alleviation, forestry, defence, and the Police Force will create more investment and employment to drive the economy.

He says this is a timely boost to improve and provide security and jobs for a safer holiday destination.

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