No hidden agenda says Rabuka
September 5, 2019 4:55 pm
Opposition Leader Sitiveni Rabuka [Image Source: Parliament of the Republic of Fiji]
Opposition Leader Sitiveni Rabuka says he didn’t have a hidden agenda when meeting with the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.
Rabuka along with Ratu Suliano Matanitobua and Ro Temumu Kepa met with Bainimarama to try and push for a reconciliation with NFP President Pio Tikoduadua.
Bainimarama yesterday said that Rabuka’s hidden agenda was he wanted to act as a peacemaker and a statesman and wants people to know that he came up with the idea of reconciliation.
Speaking to FBC News today, Rabuka says this was not his agenda.
“I didn’t have a hidden agenda, it’s all open, I did not try to become a peacemaker, I just tried to resolve an issue”
However, Bainimarama says the Speaker had already made efforts for reconciliation, in which he had already offered his apology but Tikoduadua refused to meet with them on the day after the altercation.
Meanwhile, the Privileges Committee will have their last meeting today and they will deliver their outcome in Parliament tomorrow.