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PM WINS BIG IN NZ

Maika Bolatiki and Sanjesh Narain (Radio Tarana, Auckland) FijiFirst leader and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama scored a major victory in Auckland yesterday. Two thousand people packed the Vodafone Manukau Event
10 Aug 2014 10:41

Maika Bolatiki and Sanjesh Narain (Radio Tarana, Auckland)

The big crowd at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau City, Auckland, New Zealand, pleased the Prime Minister, Rear Admiral (Retired) Voreqe Bainimarama. Photo: Hemant Parikh/Radio Tarana, Auckland

FijiFirst leader and Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama scored a major victory in Auckland yesterday.
Two thousand people packed the Vodafone Manukau Event Centre, Manukau City, and spilled outside to hear him correct misconceptions about the Constitution, land, equal citizenry and secular state.
Only 30 people led by former Qarase government minister Rajesh Singh and helped by the Mana Party in New Zealand protested outside with placards. Mr Bainimarama was overwhelmed with the support and described the protesters as a “bunch of losers”.
Other political parties that went to NZ before failed to attract similar crowds. Speaking from Auckland yesterday, Mr Bainimarama said he was informed the protest was led by former director of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Josaia Rasiga.
He said Mr Rasiga was about to be arrested when he sought refuge in New Zealand.




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