Lest we forget all the good people who made the greatest sacrifice.
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The upshot of such arbitrary decision means that $480,000 will go to FFP, $225,000 to Sodelpa and $45,000 to NFP.
All rules governing staffing and conduct under civil service rules has been hurled out of the window and parties can hire any one they want and the plan is to let parties keep the surplus.
In four years FFP will have received $1.9 of taxpayers funds. The party has less cost of operating their office [only 2 staff for 12 backbenchers) and the rest are Minsters and Assistant Ministers].
The FFP will net a surplus of $1.2 million.
Fijileaks Editor: STOP PRESS – See Letter below to Mick Beddoes that supports our contention; NFP has also received similar revocation letters for its parliamentary staff. While accusing Khaiyum of trying to render Opposition ineffective, NFP leader Biman Prasad says the S-G’s action is ILLEGAL!
SHIRLEY PARK: As Local Government Minister Bala continues to hide in the ‘bushes’ from the LAW, Lautoka residents converged on park on Saturday 10th January for “FAMILY DAY”
Its 2015 and the Chief Justice of Fiji can’t find a magistrate or even a special magistrate to hear Bala’s death by dangerous driving case!
“Your assumption Mr Mohammed Abid (Sacramento US) that the Lautoka ratepayers are probably barking up the wrong tree and not getting a reply to Shirley Park because “the current Minister may be the one who made the deal” may be closer to the truth than what most would like to put down in print. That version of events is an open secret here and is why I, who put that petition together and the Lautoka Residents and Ratepayers Association persist in wanting answers and knowing that proper procedure has been followed in giving away one third of a park that has value and meaning to the people of Lautoka.“
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A new broom is needed to administer FICAC, a new stiff one. We should be following China’s example..
The worldwide cost of obesity is about the same as smoking or armed conflict and greater than both alcoholism and climate change, research has suggested.
The McKinsey Global Institute said it cost £1.3tn, or 2.8% of annual economic activity – it cost the UK £47bn.
Some 2.1bn people – about 30% of the world’s population – were overweight or obese, the researchers added.