Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama said during the implementation of the FNPF Pension Reform that the step had to be taken to ensure that the Fund is sustainable in the future.
There were other ways, and these were put forward to Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama but he choose to ignore them, and choose to breach legal and binding contracts that a few pensioners had, further to ensure that these pensioners could not seek recourse through a court of law his government introduced a decree preventing pensioners taking their case to court and thereby depriving them of their basic civil rights.
Add to this the simple truth that in his SEVEN years of administration he and his government has done NOTHING to improve the pension situation for future Fiji pensioners… Except of course himself, ensuring that he will receive a Rear Admirals pension, plus any other perks he will be paid by the taxpayers as a former Prime Minister.
EVERY SENIOR CITIZEN OF FIJI, THEIR CHILDREN AND THEIR GRAND CHILDREN SHOULD REMEMBER THIS WHEN THEY VOTE
BE WELL INFORMED BEFORE YOU VOTE, CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING LINKED TOPICS:
“Accountability of Fiji Roads Authority and PS Finance to tax-payers” Letter to the Editor 16 June 2014.
“Green sustainable development strategy in Fiji and mangroves”. Letter to Editor, 16 June 2014.
Election Issues 15 “How many voters do you really need”. The Fiji Times 14 June 2014.
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