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Human Rights Day – 10 December 2009

Monday, 14 December 2009, 1:17 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The concept of protecting individual and group human rights is not new. In fact, most ancient civilizations and religions were based on respect for human rights. More >>

Hard Work Pays Off For Chambers Staff

Monday, 14 December 2009, 1:13 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

or the first time, the Attorney-General’s Chambers recognised one of its employees for its outstanding work for the year 2009. More >>

Regime wants to appeal VAT judgment

Tuesday, 28 August 2001, 9:27 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Three releases on VAT Judgment of Justice Gates: - Regime wants to appeal VAT judgment - Labour wins VAT case - CJ hits out at judge More >>

Major Problems With Elections

Monday, 27 August 2001, 10:48 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The first day of polling has shown that there are major problems with the conduct of elections. More >>

Chaudhry hits out at fear tactic

Friday, 24 August 2001, 11:16 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Elected Prime Minister and the Leader of the Fiji Labor Party, Mahendra Chaudhry has hit out at feat tactics and racism resorted to by political parties to win the election. More >>

UN is worried over attempts to intimidate voters

Friday, 24 August 2001, 11:16 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Media reports state that the UN Observer Group has expressed concern at the threats made to intimidate voters, particularly the Indian voters. The leaflets, stating that voting for the Fiji Labour Party would see bloodshed in the country, has been ... More >>

Qarase says: No Indian has right to become PM

Friday, 24 August 2001, 11:15 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Laisenia Qarase says that an ethnic Indian will not be accepted to become Prime Minister in Fiji. Qarase made the comment on TV last night. He said that an ethnic Indian as PM will be accepted only in 20 to 30 years time, or maybe even longer. More >>

34 Candidates On Travel Black List

Friday, 24 August 2001, 8:31 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

34 candidates for the national election are on the blacklist of New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the US and Europe. The blacklist was put in place by these governments against people who had supported the terrorists taking the elected government hostage in ... More >>

Commonwealth To Decide On Credibility Of Elections

Wednesday, 22 August 2001, 9:34 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The Commonwealth of Nations will decide on the credibility of elections in Fiji. This was revealed by the head of the Commonwealth's 6 member observer group in Fiji. More >>

Bombs, Arms Found In Suva

Thursday, 16 August 2001, 9:58 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The weapons were found when the military raided a vacant house 7 miles outside Suva. The bombs were 2 inch in diameter and 18 inches long. A full list of arms and bombs found has not been released by the military. But two bombs exploded at the military ... More >>

NFP Is Cheap, Crude, Mischievous - Academic

Wednesday, 8 August 2001, 3:48 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The NFP's attempt to lay the blame for Fiji's racial, economic and political problems on the shoulders of the elected Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry "smacks of cheap, crude, mischievous, and gutter politics". This is the verdict of Oxford ... More >>

Chaudhry Explains Baba Expulsion

Tuesday, 7 August 2001, 9:39 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Elected Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry has explained the forces behind the attempt to split the Fiji Labour Party and the eventual expulsion of Tupeni Baba and a few other Labour MPs. More >>

Vote Buying Continues

Monday, 6 August 2001, 11:00 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Regime's Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase has continued to buy political support using taxpayers money. More >>

Chaudhry To Be PM If Labour Wins

Friday, 3 August 2001, 11:38 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry is the Labour Party's choice for Prime Ministership if the Labour Party wins the election. More >>

Police Deny Scott Tapes Were Pornographic

Thursday, 26 July 2001, 10:33 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The Fiji Police has denied that tapes it had seized from the home of murder victim John Scott, were pornographic in nature. More >>

Police Charged For Robbery

Friday, 20 July 2001, 9:44 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Three policemen have been arrested for robbery from the home of murdered Red Cross Director John Scott. More >>

54 International Observers For Elections

Friday, 20 July 2001, 9:43 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

A team of 54 observers from international organizations will be observing the August elections in Fiji. More >>

Naidu Freed

Tuesday, 17 July 2001, 3:12 pm | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

Fraudster Navin Naidu has been released with his bail conditions relaxed by the Suva Magistrates Court. More >>

Terrorists Want Immunity

Monday, 16 July 2001, 10:08 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The lawyer for the leader of the terrorists, Dr. Marc Gumbert states that his clients want to be freed on the ground that they were given immunity from prosecution after they released hostages they were holding at gunpoint. More >>

Elections Confirmed

Friday, 13 July 2001, 11:36 am | Fiji Peoples Coalition Government

The President Ratu Josefa Iloilo has issued the writs for national elections. Iloilo signed the writs for the 71 constituency elections yesterday. More >>

 

 

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