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No more dirty politics says PM

November 25, 2018 6:44 pm

Re-elected Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama has called upon Fijians to not accept any further efforts made to poison the minds with hateful politics of division.

Bainimarama says pitting Fijians against one another on the basis of ethnicity, religion, or any other differences that politicians seek to create in our society, needs to be cast out.

Welcoming his victory of governance for the next four years, the Prime Minister says politicians need to stop playing dirty politics.

“We cannot accept any attempts to create economic chaos, with irresponsible statements about our economy and outright lies about our economic performance. We cannot and should not accept any lies about indigenous lands being permanently alienated from indigenous landowners. Because it is simply not true.”

Bainimarama is pleading with Fijians to work together regardless of who they support.

“Vinaka Vakalevu to all of those who braved the rains and made their voices heard by casting their votes, regardless of whom it was they supported. And I give my full assurance that we have heard all voices that have spoken at the ballot box in this election, and we will listen. And I ask those whose support we did not win, to run with us, work with us, and help us continue to make Fiji a better, safer and more prosperous country for all Fijians. Not only by voicing your opinion and offering your critiques – as is your democratic right and civic duty – but by genuinely seeking to co-operate with us, and I assure you, I will give back that same level of commitment.”

The PM has promised Fijians can expect the continued economic growth with an era of unprecedented opportunity and prosperity for all.