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Beddoes Lodges Complaint, Parties Sought Legal Advice, Call To Retract

Mick Beddoes has filed a complaint against FijiFirst leader, Voreqe Bainimarama’s comments during a rally at Syria Park on November 16.
24 Nov 2022 16:59
Beddoes Lodges Complaint, Parties Sought Legal Advice, Call To Retract
Mick Beddoes exits the Civil High Court after Richard Naidu’s judgment on November 22, 2022. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Mick Beddoes has filed a complaint against FijiFirst leader, Voreqe Bainimarama’s comments during a rally at Syria Park on November 16.

On the other hand, other political parties are seeking legal advice on the matter and calling Mr Bainimarama to retract his comments.

Mr Bainimarama’s comments were in relation to the possibility of converting freehold land titles to native lease.

Speaking in iTaukei Mr Bainimarama had said: “Na veitalanoa ya ena vakavuna na vei ta, na laba, namdra ena drodro ena noda vanua, na basu bai ena vakayacori ena veitalanoa oya”. (This conversation will cause stabbing, murder and blood spilled on our land, and unlawful entering (property) will happen if that conversation is condoned.”)

 

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