We have been allowing questions however most questions seemed to be planted - Rabuka

We have been allowing questions however most questions seemed to be planted - Rabuka

By Dhanjay Deo
Monday 23/05/2022
People’s Alliance Leader Sitiveni Rabuka.

People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka maintains they have been allowing questions at their meetings and talanoa sessions however most questions seemed to be planted by opponents rather than friends of the party.

Rabuka has also refuted FijiFirst Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama’s statement that he and National Federation Party Leader Professor Biman Prasad have not been allowing questions during public meetings and even when they do so, its their own party supporters.

While speaking at the opening of the FijiFirst Office at Motorex Complex at Nadi Back Road, Bainimarama says he has seen how other political parties have been behaving in the past few days.

He says the FijiFirst is having public meetings and talanoa sessions and anyone can ask questions even if they are negative comments.

Bainimarama says they state the facts and not run away from questions or reporters but offer solutions.

Meanwhile, NFP Leader Professor Biman Prasad says people are free to ask him and Rabuka questions.

He says the people present at their meetings are sharing their problems and telling them that they are fed up of the FijiFirst Government and want a change.

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