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Gavoka is alone: Waqainabete

 

Dec 02, 2021 03:41:27 PM

Gavoka is alone: Waqainabete Health Minister Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete says Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA)Leader Viliame Gavoka is alone, and that he doesn’t have any support from Members of Parliament.

While giving his response to the statement made by President Ratu Wiliame Katonivere in Parliament last Monday, Dr Waqainabete said the Social Democratic Liberal Party is divided.

He said whoever the Social Democratic Liberal Party members choose next to be their party leader,  Parliamentarians should have the courtesy and support that person.

“All Parliamentarians were supposed to respond to the statement made by the president Ratu Wiliame Katonivere speech but some of us went off track,” he said.

“The opposition members went off track in the last three days. I would like to reiterate what the Minister for Infrastructure Jone Usamate said, Social Democratic Liberal Party is divided.

“Social Democratic Liberal Party deputy leader Filimoni Vosarogo has recently handed in his resignation. The Party leader Viliame Gavoka is alone,” he said.

He said the appointment of the Marama Taukei Naua is the prerogative of the Prime Minister and the FijiFirst leadership.

“Opposition parliamentarian Tanya Waqanika had questioned us why we had picked Na Marama Taukei Naua Adi Tema Sovau Varo as the new FijiFirst president,” he said.

“Whoever the FijiFirst Party leader Voreqe Bainimarama chooses to be our president that is our prerogative. Your Party leader is your prerogative.

“You should be proud of Ratu Epenisa Cakobau as you had elected him as the Social Democratic Liberal Party president. We are proud of Na Marama Taukei Naua,” he said.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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