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Prakash’s Judgment Moved To Tomorrow

He is alleged to have obtained financial advantages in breach of the Parliamentary Remunerations Act of 2014.
08 Dec 2022 10:48
Prakash’s Judgment Moved To Tomorrow
Former FijiFirst Member of Parliament Vijendra Prakash outside the Anti-Corruption High Court in Suva on October 26, 2022. Photo: Ashna Kumar

The Anti-Corruption High Court of Fiji will deliver its judgment tomorrow in the case of former FijiFirst Member of Parliament, Vijendra Prakash for obtaining $33,670.

Prakash is charged by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption (FICAC) with one count each of giving false information to a public servant and obtaining financial advantage.

He is alleged to have obtained financial advantages in breach of the Parliamentary Remunerations Act of 2014.

 

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Story by: ashna.kumar@fijisun.com.fj



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