FLP talks policies
November 18, 2017 5:28 am
A few months out from the 2018 General Elections and the Fiji Labour Party is already talking about policies they will stand for come next year.
These policies were part of the discussions held yesterday during the Party’s Annual Delegates Convention in Suva.
Party President, Lavinia Padarath says FLP is focusing on the basic needs of all Fijians.
“Air, water, land, transport, education, employment and security of life – we the FLP consider as our priority. These are the basic needs of the people which must be equally available to all citizens regardless of one’s economic status.”
The topic of an opposition collision was yet again mentioned by Party Leader, Mahendra Chaudhry.
“Everywhere we go people say why don’t you unite and then fight, this is a message that is coming very clearly from the masses but we still have to convince other political leaders that this is the way to go in which we can guarantee success in the elections.”
The party delegates also spoke about issues regarding Social Justice and Equity, Representation, Accountability and Transparency in Governance and Human Rights and Elections.
Close to eighty people turned up for the Party’s Annual Delegates Convention.