June 23, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama has the full support of the military, says Republic of Fiji Military Force (RFMF) Land Force Commander Colonel Mosese Tikoitoga.

Speaking to FijiLive Tikoitoga said RFMF’s support is unquestionable and they are committed 100 per cent in what they are doing.

“The soldiers here totally know their roles and commemorations such as our infantry day remind us that this is not just a job, it is a lifestyle for us and we fully believe in what we are doing,” said Tikoitoga.

“So our support for the Prime Minister is not only because his the Commander RFMF but it is because the soldiers and the RFMF know that we are doing a good thing for Fiji and that lends itself into our total support to what the Commander RFMF is doing,” he said.

He also said they will be fully committed to trying to bring about a better democracy for Fiji before they hand over government.

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