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Letters To The Editor: August 26, 2019

Everyone in Fiji knows that our PM has more important work to do for the country and abroad. A little pushing in the parking lot should not interfere with our PM’s leadership in the country.
27 Aug 2019 12:38

Eileen Cikamatana

Ronnie Chang, Nadi

In real life for Eileen Cikamatana, as Fiji’s door closed in on her, all was not lost.

This amazingly young 19-year-old super weightlifter now has an awesome huge Aus­tralian window open to her.

Let us not ponder on her life’s negatives. Let us join her in looking forward and wishing her every success in her life’s journey. Join her as she chases her brand-new dreams in newer horizons.

We wish her a happy, healthy, successful, prosperous and rewarding life laced with good fortune and every special blessing.

She will always remember where she first started – in Ovalau.

Parliament altercation

Tukai Lagonilakeba, Nadi

The video has gone viral and I wish to high­light that the altercation and argument out­side our Parliament by the Prime Minister and Tikoduadua is nothing new.

Many Parliaments the world over have been subjected to the same incidents where mem­bers from both sides have been involved and witnessed on live television.

Their many drama, punching, swearing, wrestling, throwing of mobile phones and water bottles across the room of their August house is always colourful to watch and our Fijian Parliament is no different from those world super powers with their democracies.

One must understand that our PM and the National Federation Party Parliament mem­ber were former military personals.

That’s the make-up of our Fijian politics.

Let’s move on

Taitusi Sokiveta, Phoenix, Arizona

The majority of Fijians voted for our Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and he has delivered to the people.

The pushing in the park lot behaviour can happen to anyone. We are not God, or Jesus Christ or the Holy Ghost. Nobody is perfect.

Shake hands, apologise to each other and move on.

The running of the country is more impor­tant than pushing someone. He didn’t die so let’s move on.

Mr Bainimarama and all his elected party members are doing a great job for Fiji.

Their success rate is the highest in any Gov­ernment Fiji has ever had.

So why are we complaining when they are successful?

Everyone in Fiji knows that our PM has more important work to do for the country and abroad.

A little pushing in the parking lot should not interfere with our PM’s leadership in the country.

If you in Parliament are not happy with our PM’s leadership and the rest of his party’s success in moving Fiji forward then you need to get out of Parliament.

Stop wasting taxpayers’ money and trying to ruin the country by attacking hardwork­ing people who are doing good for the coun­try as a whole.

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