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by Leone Cabenatabua Ready to serve A former diplomat and a permanent secretary are about to named as FijiFirst candidates for the September 17 general elections. Dickie Bird said they
19 Jul 2014 10:00

by Leone
Cabenatabua

Ready to serve
A former diplomat and a permanent secretary are about to named as FijiFirst candidates for the September 17 general elections. Dickie Bird said they are among well- educated people who hold top positions now stepping forward to serve.
2000 element
Dickie Bird was told the Conservative Alliance Matanitu Vanua (CAMV) elements that emerged from the rubbles of the 2000 political crisis are still very much evident in certain parts of Cakaudrove. This is causing unrest among supporters of a prominent political party.
Get a life
The children of some former elites of society are trying hard to get back the life they once enjoyed. Dickie Bird said these were the people who had access to scholarships, loans and whatever privileges out there.
Now, Dickie Bird says, with everyone on an equal playing field, the tide has changed. So they have quickly jumped into politics championing whatever cause they believe could get back their former life.
Political dropouts
The recent application of a proposed party has compromised certain people who had applied for a ticket with the prominent political parties- where they were interviewed and later rejected.
Feedback: leonec@fijisun.com.fj




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