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Letters To The Editor, May 27, 2015

Sunny Leone Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Samabula Come on Fijians, let us give this ex-porn star a break! She is not the only one who has decided to move away from the
27 May 2015 09:01
Letters To The Editor, May 27, 2015

Sunny Leone

Savenaca Vakaliwaliwa, Samabula

Come on Fijians, let us give this ex-porn star a break!

She is not the only one who has decided to move away from the adult entertainment industry and for that, she should be applauded.

Whether she can dance or not, the organisers have picked her for a reason and I believe by now, Fijians who do not know about her, especially the male species, will have searched the internet just to get to know her better.

That’s our human nature and the words, “curiosity killed the cat,” seems to ring true for us.

Mark my words, the show will be a sell-out as I believe, this is the first ex-porn star to grace our shores and the publicity is going well for its organisers.

Kirti Patel suggested that women who find their partners missing might have sneaked away to take a peek at this beautiful actress.

In the game of rugby, it is called “mark your man!”

Skipper Cup

Floyd Robinson, Nasinu

The Skipper Cup marks a return of competitive rugby at the provincial level.

The first round recorded winning patterns for teams playing at home. Vatukoula, Suva, Ovalau, and Namosi recorded victories in front of their home crowd.

Will these teams be able to maintain the same results playing away from home?

Only time will tell.

In the meantime, Nadi defied the odds to handle Tailevu a convincing defeat.

Tailevu is still in the process of recruiting a head coach.

The second round of matches is likely to draw much interest   as some teams will want to continue their performances whilst others will be itching to record their first win of the season.

All in all, looking forward to another weekend of  pulsating rugby matches.

 Harsh penalty

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi

While I agree with your editorial comment (FS 22/5/15)  that the office of Speaker must be treated with respect, I disagree entirely that that the office cannot be criticised.

No one under this sun is immuned from criticism including our Lord, Jesus Christ.

It’s most unfortunate that a harsh penalty has been meted out  to Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu for words spoken in a political gathering  outside of Parliment.

I thought that misconduct of Members of Parliament are dealt with under section 149 of the 2013 Constitution, but it seems that other laws apply.

Be that as it may where is the right of free speech we so strongly advocate in our Constitution?

What happened has breached the right of free speech during political gatherings.

There should be protection of such speeches and not coercion. A line should be drawn  between malicious comments  and colloquial remarks that is not intended to destroy or defame.

Lifestyle changes

Wise Muavono Lautoka

The only certainty in life is that it will one day end, but the onus is on each individual to living a long healthy life.

We have farewelled a few sekoula tree members who were unexpectedly called to eternal rest over the last three months.

I noticed that not only it created a special pain unique to each of their loved ones.

So for the benefit of our loved ones and ourselves, making a sustainable lifestyle change would be the key to a longer and healthier lifestyle.




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