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No more dictatorial leadership: Rabuka

 

May 19, 2022 10:54:47 AM

No more dictatorial leadership: Rabuka People’s Alliance and National Federation Party will return Fiji to democratic leadership if they are voted into government after this year’s election.

People’s Alliance leader Sitiveni Rabuka said the two parties will move away from dictatorial leadership if they are voted into government after this year’s election.

While speaking at a talanoa session in Korovuto, Rabuka said the two parties will give back the people their own rights.

“We have to change the direction we believe that is good for our country. You all live under the same leaders so long, you know how much of the mess they have created,” he said.

“Now you are looking for what’s next, we are the change and without your help, we cannot bring about that change. We're looking for your support.

“Many of you want to know what we have to offer, we can only you something that is totally different from where we are going. We're going to be moving away from dictatorial leadership.

“We are going to give back your right and people will be able to vote for their own office-bearers in municipalities and representatives trade unions,” he said.

He said the two political parties will also control the military spending if they are voted into government after this year’s election.

“We will control military and government spending. We have a big burden as we have driven ourselves into very heavy debt and we want to change that,” he said

“We do not have to be doing anything drastic. All it needs to do is for us to have a sensible look at how we're spending the money.

“We've spent so much that we have to carry the burden for a long time, but not so long if we have a change in attitude and methodology.

“There is a need for us to have people in government who are prepared to listen and that's why we have come, just to tell you that you’ll be free to give us your thoughts,” he said.

He said during the visits to the communities they want to hear from the people about what they need to do to make life better.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

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