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MPs to take plea on Monday

 

Jan 24, 2022 03:05:28 PM

MPs to take plea on Monday Six Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) Parliamentarians charged for giving false information for allowances which they were not entitled to will take their plea on Monday.

The six are Niko Nawaikula, Salote Radrodro, Adi Litia Qionibaravi, Peceli Vosanibola, Ratu Suliano Matanitobua and Simione Rasova.

They have been charged together with former FijiFirst Parliamentarian Vijendra Prakash who resigned after being charged by the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption.

It is alleged that the Parliamentarians breached the Parliamentary Remuneration Act of 2014 when they claimed travel and accommodation allowances, they were not entitled to.

The allegations were brought by the former Parliament secretary general Viniana Namosimalua whereby FICAC carried out its  investigations.

Ratu Suliano is alleged to have falsely stated that his permanent place of residence was in Namosi village and allegedly obtained $38,378.22.

Radrodro is alleged to have falsely stated that her permanent place of residence was in Namulomulo village and allegedly obtained $37,920.13.

Prakash is alleged to have falsely stated that his permanent place of residence was in Waidracia and allegedly obtained $33,670.00.

Rasova is alleged to have falsely stated that his permanent place of residence was in Nabouwalu village Kadavu and allegedly obtained $21,350.

Nawaikula is alleged to have falsely stated that his permanent place of residence was in Buca village and allegedly obtained $20,201.35.

Vosanibola is alleged to have falsely stated that his permanent place of residence was in Navuloa village, Lomaiviti and allegedly obtained $19,749.50.

Adi Litia is alleged to have falsely stated that her permanent place of residence was in Ucunivanua, Tailevu and allegedly obtained $15,480.

The six Parliamentarians must attend court at 8.30am Monday to take a plea before they are allowed to attend Parliament later the same day.

The defence counsel will need to file for proposed agreed facts if they plead not guilty.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

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