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Lawyer sets constitution target


Jul 11, 2014 02:06:43 PM

Lawyer sets constitution target National Federation Party candidate nominee and lawyer Makereta Waqavonovono says her main aim in Parliament will be to review the constitution and scrutinise all decrees to ensure they comply with the country's supreme law.

The former Legal Aid Director says is concerned about the state of the rule of law in the country" and is keen in pursuing social and gender justice.

She wants voters to have a choice in a new leadership line up, "committed to genuine principles of democracy and good governance and put in place measures to ensure that Fiji never have to encounter unlawful takeovers."

"People like me have always been critical of the current government," Waqavonovono said.

"I'm a lawyer, so I think my skills as a lawyer will come in very useful. As you know in parliament, its a law making body and I really would like to be part of the team that looks at all the laws and decrees and lawfully if we have the numbers be part of the review team to review the cponstitution and after that see to it that all decrees are in compliance with what is on the constitution.

"I believe with my skills and in Parliament, I would be in a position to do that."

Waqavonovono further says she chose to stand for the NFP because she believes it is an all-embracing party with integrity and forward-looking policies.

In the lead up to the election, she says the NFP is actively engaging all Fijians regardless of ethnicity or religion, and most importantly, "it has had no association with any illegal takeover of government."

Waqavonovono is among 37 named so far by the NFP to contest the September 17 election under the party's banner.



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