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Letters To The Editor: 15th February, 2019

Unpatriotic behaviour Simon Hazelman, Savusavu Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is absolutely correct in stating that the behaviour of some opposition members is unpatriotic. Misinformation and lies by these members are evident
15 Feb 2019 15:39
Letters To The Editor: 15th February, 2019

Unpatriotic behaviour

Simon Hazelman, Savusavu
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama is absolutely correct in stating that the behaviour of some opposition members is unpatriotic.

Misinformation and lies by these members are evident on social media and even in Parliament.

Even opposition member and National Federation Party leader, Professor Biman Prasad, confirmed that “yes” there is misinformation and lies from both sides of the house.

It is indeed very sad and unfortunate for the nation that the very people it depends on to manage our affairs are engrossed in such unprofessional, and unethical behaviour.

Such negative attitudes ought to change for the better of the nation and I totally agree with Mr Bainimarama that those who spread misinformation and lies need to be exposed in order to maintain the integrity of those we   voted into Parliament.

Grow up, be professional, and act like the adults we thought you were!
Lautoka’s lesson

Pranil Ram, Nadi
It is a hard pill to swallow for all of us including Lautoka fans, officials and players to lose a match in injury time.

When everybody had thought that Lautoka had sealed the deal, it turned out not to be the case.

I am sure this defeat is going to remain in the minds of all Blues fans for quite a long time.

What is glamorous from this win for Henderson Eels is the crafty and uncanny skills of Solomon players. How they pushed 50-50 balls on the Lautoka penalty box area and went for the mismatches.

Lautoka seemed to be on sleep mode for some time and could not keep up with the Eels attack.

As a result, Lautoka has put them in a difficult position to qualify and which now largely depends on goal averages.

A hard lesson learnt for the team which is to play till the last minute.

Let’s hope they bounce back from this and restore some lost pride.
SODELPA controversy

Amenatave Yaconisau, Delainavesi

I fully agree with Nemani Delaibatiki in his article over the controversy surrounding the appointment of the new Speaker of Parliament (FS/14/2).

The monopoly of political power by the rulers was obvious by the numbers and they seem to control the flow.

I wonder if the working class people collectively in Vanua Levu and Taveuni would be triumphant in the end.

I hope the Supervisor of Election would be able to give us the socio-statistical data of the last election so that parties can forecast their

fortunes.

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