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Chaudhry should be blamed for current situation says NFP

March 27, 2012 5:10 am

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry should also take the blame for the current economic condition as he too was involved with the current government says the National Federation Party.

Party General Secretary Parmod Rae made the comments in response to Chaudhry’s outburst against the Bainimarama government.

“Well where the country and the people stand today, Mr Chaudhry is to some extent responsible for that himself. He took certain position and he made certain decisions he was part of the current government straight after the coup so much of where we are today he should be held responsible for that as well.”

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When asked about FLP’s intention of joining the SDL Party, Rae had this to say.

“As far as NFP is c concerned we have always promoted consensus and corporation we have always been willing with other groups whom we can find common ground.”

Meanwhile the National Federation Party’s Working Group meeting will be held on the 15th of next month in Suva where they will put in more recommendations for the constitution consultation process.

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