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Leawere calls for a protest vote against FijiFirst next year

Leawere calls for a protest vote against FijiFirst next year

By Iva Danford
Tuesday 30/11/2021
SODELPA MP Mikaele Leawere.

SODELPA MP Mikaele Leawere is calling on the people to deliver a protest vote against FijiFirst next year as he believes they no longer deserve to be in Government.

While responding to the President’s speech in parliament, Leawere says the party’s prolonged stay in power and unilateral decisions are destroying Fiji faster than cancer.

Leawere says he will not call for an immediate review of the national minimum wage rate because the Government is dictated by the corporate sector.

He says the Government wants the people to be caught struggling for their daily needs so that they can govern without being questioned leaving them helpless with minimum or nil bargaining power.

Leawere says no one should be worried of what happens to FijiFirst as they have milked the cash cow barren and made them money.



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