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MPs taken in for questioning

 

Jul 25, 2021 06:48:54 PM

MPs taken in for questioning Three members of parliament have been taken in for questioning by police regarding statements they have made with respect to the much talked about Land Bill that is to be debated in Parliament tomorrow.

They are the National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad, opposition whip Lynda Tabuya and Social Democratic Liberal Party member of Parliament Adi Litia Qionibaravi.

National Federation Party vice-president Lenora Qereqeretabua said it is worrying that police had decided to take them in for questioning during curfew hours.

Qereqeretabua in an exclusive interview with Fiji Live said the three members of parliament will not have any legal representations while they are being questioned by police.

“The Fiji Police Force will not be able to charge the three members of parliament as they have not committed any criminal offence,” she said.

“It is worrying that the Fiji Police Force decided to take in the three members of parliament for questioning as they will not be able to have any legal representation.

“From what I have heard is that they are targeting people and members of parliament that have made a statement against the iTaukei Land Trust Act.

“The officers will not be able to press any charges on the three members of parliament as they have not broken any laws while voicing their concern on the Bill,” she said.

NFP Leader Biman Prasad said he has been taken in for questioning regarding the statement the Party released on their view on the amendments made to the iTaukei Land Trust At.

He said the Fiji Police Force is taking them in for questioning to ask them why they are opposing amendments made to the Bill.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

 

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