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Between The Lines, November 28, 2018

PETER W TRIES TO BE RELEVANT SODELPA’s Peter Waqavonovono is trying so hard to remain relevant that he goes to the extent of posting that journalists from this newspaper called
28 Nov 2018 10:58
Between The Lines, November 28, 2018

PETER W TRIES TO BE RELEVANT

SODELPA’s Peter Waqavonovono is trying so hard to remain relevant that he goes to the extent of posting that journalists from this newspaper called to get his comments on some issue.

No they didn’t.

When he was confronted with this, instead of apologising, he took the post down.

This is the same Peter Waqavonovono who left SODELPA in a huff because Sitiveni Rabuka became their leader, only to make a full 360-degree turn to come back and rejoin SODELPA.

This is not the first time recently that Peter has had trouble with facts on Facebook. He is the person who said that Chief Justice Anthony Gates was being sworn in for another term when it was the President who was being sworn in.

It is sad to see such performances from people who want to one day run for Parliament. Shame, really.

 

AN ISSUE WITH LAWYER RICHARD

Lawyer Richard Naidu’s incessant sniping at the Fiji Sun continues unabated. This time he takes a pot shot at the newspaper’s reporting of controversy over Lynda Tabuya’s dress.

Mr Naidu – whose firm represents The Fiji Times – is entitled to his opinions. But he should come down from his ivory tower down Butt Street way some times.

In other words he should stay in touch with what issues people are talking about.

Ms Tabuya’s breaking with traditional parliamentary dress and going modern was the talk of many around Parliament yesterday.

Please Mr Naidu, take off your blinkers.

 

PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE

What is the deal with Parliament staff getting special privileges, paid for by the taxpayers, to have vehicles at their beck and call?




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