NZ's PM and Foreign Minister suggest illegal acts by Fiji's two leading criminals all part of holding Free and Fair elections
Fiji's two leading criminals, the dictator and self-appointed PM, self-appointed Rear Admiral and self-appointed Finance Minister, etc, Bainimarama, and his puppet master Khaiyum act above the law. But everyone else [who are not a part of their family or friends] must obey the illegal decrees that were forced onto them by those two criminals.
What is also amazing, is that New Zealand's PM John Keys and his Foreign Minister McCully, suggest that these illegal acts by Fiji's two leading criminals are all part of holding Free and Fair elections. Unbelievable! What incompetent bloody wonders!!
FijiVillage reported [29 March 2014] that Fiji's megalomaniac Attorney General, Khaiyum, stated that any person who is holding public office, including civil servants and trade unionists, found taking part in political campaigns and electoral activity, will now be fined or even imprisoned. Khaiyum said this after two amendments were made to the Political Parties Registration decree.
Please note that Civil servants include the Prime Minister and Attorney General.
On Sunday March 30th 2014, Mick Beddoes lodged a formal complaint with the Sabeto Police. The complaint is against the dictator Bainimarama, the Fiji Sun, Dr Luveni, Razor, CJ Patel, Fiji Village and FBCL for breaching Part II of the provisions of the Political Parties (Registration, Conduct, Funding and Disclosures) Decree No 4 of 2013.
3 (1) An association of persons or an organization shall not operate, function, represent or hold itself out to be a political party unless it has been registered as a political party in accordance with the provisions of this decree.
(2) If any association of persons or an organization operate, function, represent or hold itself out to be a political party without being registered in accordance with the provisions of this decree, then any person who is a member of or holds office in any such association or organization commits an offence and shall be liable upon conviction to a fine of $50,000 or a term of imprisonment not exceeding 5 years or both.
Now we await the Fiji Police to arrest these criminals who are in breach of Part II of the provisions of the Political Parties (Registration, Conduct, Funding and Disclosures) Decree No 4 of 2013