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Sir James slams Govt critics

By MAIKELI SERU Businessman, former government minister and former Ambassador to China, Sir James Ah Koy says people should support Government in its reform roadmap and work towards the 2014
29 Oct 2012 13:14

By MAIKELI SERU

Businessman, former government minister and former Ambassador to China, Sir James Ah Koy says people should support Government in its reform roadmap and work towards the 2014 elections.
Sir James said critics would not help rebuild the country towards elections.
“It is time to support the Prime Minister,” Sir James said.
He is confident that Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama would deliver his promise for the 2014 elections.
“There will be elections in 2014. People sending negative vibes that there will be no elections are talking a lot of nonsense.
“There are a lot of changes happening in Fiji. They are good for Fiji and I am not talking because I am part of Government, but as a businessman. Commodore Bainimarama is doing the right thing and some of those things had not been done before. These are developments in villages and provinces. We are in for great things and Fiji will go places in 2014.”
Sir James, 76, also said he was considering contesting the 2014 elections.
He was Minister for Commerce, Industry, Trade, and Public Enterprises from 1994 to 1997 in the Sitiveni Rabuka-led government. He became Minister for Finance in 1999.




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