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We should all enjoy the freedom we see in other democracies -Rabuka

We should all enjoy the freedom we see in other democracies -Rabuka

By Vijay Narayan , Marika Rasekaseka
Saturday 10/12/2022
People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka

People’s Alliance Leader, Sitiveni Rabuka says we should all enjoy the freedom we see in other democracies, the rule of law and the essential elements of justice which has to be returned to our country.

While speaking during their party rally at Syria Park in Nausori, Rabuka says as we approach election day next Wednesday, we need a compassionate government to lead Fiji.

Rabuka says they are focused on the People’s Alliance Doctrine of Love which will guide them to deliver to the people.

He also says that even though Voreqe Bainimarama was elected to be the Prime Minister, much of the leadership has been performed by Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum who has been very vindictive of people he sees as threats to his status.

Rabuka says many of these things are being done without consultation like dictators.

Rabuka also says he cannot recognise the hospitals, the roads and the government offices that he opened during his time as they are all dilapidated and need a lot of repairs that should have been done over the last 16 years.

He says the same people who have been in power for 16 years are sayng that Rabuka did not do anything during his time.

The People’s Alliance Leader also asked the people on whether they want to continue with the bad roads, bad water supply, bad electricity supply, bad government facilities and shameful health facilities.

He calls on people to think wisely when they vote next Wednesday.

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