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Bainimarama clarifies Roth’s departure


Nov 20, 2010 12:00:00 AM

Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says Fiji Water’s External Affairs Director David Roth was declared a prohibited immigrant under section 13(2) (g) of the Immigration Act 2003.

The Act, in general, contains the laws that governs the entry of non-citizens into Fiji and sets the parameters of what they are allowed to do while in Fiji.

In a Minfo statement issued this afternoon Commodore Bainimarama in clarifying Roth's departure said his declaration was based on reliable information and subsequent verification and confirmation by relevant authorities, which showed that he (Roth) had been acting in a manner prejudicial to good governance and public order by interfering in the domestic affairs and governance of Fiji.

This decision, he said does not impact on Government’s positive attitude towards overseas investors and the business community.

According to Bainimarama the Government is committed to the security and well-being of all investors and business entities in Fiji and will continue to provide an environment that is conducive to profitable investment.

“It is unfortunate that David Roth saw it fit to engage in activities outside of his work permit conditions.”

Commodore Bainimarama warned that Fiji, like any other sovereign country, will not tolerate any non-citizens interfering in its domestic affairs and governance, which is in clear breach of the provisions of the Immigration Act.

He further clarified that the former Minister for Defence, National Security and Immigration, Ratu Epeli Ganilau acknowledged in his resignation letter that he was unable to fully perform his functions as the responsible Minister.

The Prime Minister affirmed that “ministers in my Government must at all times be prepared to fully discharge the ministerial and statutory responsibilities assigned to them.”

He thanked Ratu Epeli Ganilau for his staunch support for the government since 2006.

Bainimarama is currently in China to meet with a number of senior Chinese government officials and investors.

Roth left the country on Thursday night.

By Farzana Nisha

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