Kamikamica says the AG’s big fancy words are over and in the words of Donald Trump – he is fired
The exorbitant travel allowances of the PM amongst other expenses will be cut - Kamikamica

Kamikamica says the AG’s big fancy words are over and in the words of Donald Trump – he is fired

The exorbitant travel allowances of the PM amongst other expenses will be cut - Kamikamica

By Vijay Narayan
Monday 14/11/2022
People’s Alliance Deputy Leader Manoa Kamikamica

People’s Alliance Deputy Leader, Manoa Kamikamica stresses that the days of Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum’s big fancy words are over and in the words of Donald Trump – he is fired.

While speaking at a campaign rally, Kamikamica says Fiji knows that Sayed-Khaiyum runs this government and the people of Fiji need to vote him and the current government out.

Kamikamica says because he loves his country and all Fijians, we need to call a spade a spade.

He says Sayed-Khaiyum has to be fired as the Minister for Civil Service because of the way he treated the civil servants and put them on short term contracts without consultation.

Kamikamica says billions of dollars have been wasted over the last 15 years and the FijiFirst continues to blame the past governments but they have been in the driver’s seat.

He says the exorbitant travel allowances of the Prime Minister amongst other expenses will be reduced.

He also says people are concerned about the current government’s arrogance, complete lack of respect for simple tenets of good governance, separation of powers and conflict of interest.

Kamikamica says a classic example was his recent debate with the Attorney General where he told him he wore too many hats and he had a serious conflict of interest by being the AG, the Minister for Elections, the Minister for Anti Corruption and the General Secretary of the FijiFirst.

He says he told the AG that he should relinquish some of his portfolios to address the conflict but this was not done by Sayed-Khaiyum and the Prime Minister.


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