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It Will Not Affect Our Votes: Kamikamica

“We will not be covered by fear when we have done nothing wrong, except be on the receiving end of blatant political thuggery,” he said.
27 Sep 2022 17:30
It Will Not Affect Our Votes: Kamikamica
Manoa Kamikamica.

Manoa Kamikamica believes that continuously being referred to authorities for breaching electoral laws will not affect The People Alliance party’s chances at the polls.

The party deputy leader said if anything, it would put a spotlight on the Government.

This was his opinion after they were referred to the Supervisor of Election Mohammed Saneem for allegedly breaching electoral law.

Mr Kamikamica said Mr Sayed-Khaiyum was, as usual, running roughshod over everything.

“We will not be covered by fear when we have done nothing wrong, except be on the receiving end of blatant political thuggery,” he said.

“This manner of political persecution has happened to our party leader in the past, again causing chaos on the eve of the 2018 Elections so this modus operandi is predictable.”

“The People’s Alliance will not take this lying down.”

He said The PA reserves the right to lodge complaints against the FijiFirst for alleged vote buying practices.

 

Story By: Nacanieli Tuilevuka

Feedback: nacanieli@fijisun.com.fj



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