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Prime Minister Condemns The Politics Of Division Shown By SODELPA

“ I know a lot of us watching are thinking the same thing: If SODELPA can’t even run their own party, how can anyone expect them to run a nation? How can they claim to be “leadership that listens” if they can’t even listen to each other?
29 Jun 2019 11:00
Prime Minister Condemns The Politics Of Division Shown By SODELPA
Voreqe Bainimarama

In a response to SOLDEPA’s political climate, Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said: “Once again, SODELPA’s politics of division have backfired completely. While the rest of us are busy with the business of nation building, they’re busy backstabbing and tearing each other apart.

“ I know a lot of us watching are thinking the same thing: If SODELPA can’t even run their own party, how can anyone expect them to run a nation? How can they claim to be “leadership that listens” if they can’t even listen to each other?

“As entertaining as it’s all been, I’m focussed on governing. I’m focussed on the wellbeing of ordinary people. And my Government stands united in our mission to strengthen the country and improve the lives of all Fijians.”

“Let’s be clear, no Fijian is a vulagi in our country. We are all Fijians, we all share a destiny and we all hold equal value in our democracy, no matter who we are, no matter our ethnicity, our gender, our religion or our socioeconomic status.

“There’s only one way we keep building a better Fiji, and that’s by working together. United as common and equal citizens and bonded by common purpose, there is nothing we cannot achieve.

“God Bless!”

Edited by Susana Tuilau

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