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“apart from this [dangerous driving causing death] charges against praveen bala the attorney-general aiyaz sayed khaiyum very well knew of his illegal activities because i had personally briefed him. i had also briefed the former cp teleni and his deputy and had showed evidence against praveen bala and others for their involvement in 2000 coup and the attempt to kill the commander bainimarama…i was stopped from directing the investigations” – former acp nasir ali, on his facebook posting, 13/6/2016
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it is wrong to use the internet or any form of media to generate hatred on ethnic or religious grounds.
it is also wrong to control the press by commercial means, it is wrong to abuse power and perpetuate cronyism and corruption.
we should all be capable of better than this, especially those that put themselves forward for public service.
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a move in the right direction
prime minister voreqe bainimarama says they deposited $9.7 million lease money in the hfc bank last week.
this was highlighted by the prime minister during a public meeting with sugar cane growers in ba today.
bainimarama who is also the chair of the tltb says the money was deposited following their meeting last thursday.
he says this is the money that belongs to those who are 18 years and below and are registered in vola ni kawa bula.
bainimarama says the money will be equally distributed and they will be only able to withdraw the money when they are 18 years old.
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sometimes it’s the little things that are most telling.
in switzerland it has long been customary for students to shake the hands of their teachers at the beginning and end of the school day. it’s a sign of solidarity and mutual respect between teacher and pupil, one that is thought to encourage the right classroom atmosphere. justice minister simonetta sommaruga recently felt compelled to further explain that shaking hands was part of swiss culture and daily life.
and the reason she felt compelled to speak out about the handshake is that two muslim brothers, aged 14 and 15, who have lived in switzerland for several years (and thus are familiar with its mores), in the town of therwil, near basel, refused to shake the hands of their teacher, a woman, because, they claimed, this would violate muslim teachings that contact with the opposite sex is allowed only with family members. at first the school authorities decided to avoid trouble, and initially granted the boys an exemption from having to shake the hand of any female teacher. but an uproar followed, as mayor reto wolf explained to the bbc: “the community was unhappy with the decision taken by the school. in our culture and in our way of communication a handshake is normal and sends out respect for the other person, and this has to be brought home to the children in school.”
therwil’s educational department reversed the school’s decision, explaining in a statement on may 25 that the school’s exemption was lifted because “the public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of religion.” it added that a teacher has the right to demand a handshake. furthermore, if the students refused to shake hands again “the sanctions called for by law will be applied,” which included a possible fine of up to 5,000 dollars. continue reading →
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update: 11:39am
the title ‘minister of economy’ is an appointment used in arab and islam countries says opposition whip ratu isoa tikoca.
the opposition whip made these remarks while responding to the 2016-2017 national budget debate in parliament yesterday.
he termed the change as “unprecedented” for fiji saying it would make the “minister of economy” the most powerful man in fiji.
“a promotion of no separation of powers under the false pretence of a democratic fiji,” he said.
ratu isoa said: “this was clearly demonstrated in the removal of two opposition mp’s through the total disregard of their own constitution and standing orders. the prime minister must understand that such action promotes ill will or hostility between communities in fiji.”
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the fiji parliament under the rule of the person now known as king khaiyum has become less of a debating chamber and more of a big stick arena, how much worse can it possibly get…
3 june 2016, 16:28 utc
the fijian parliament must overturn the suspension of an opposition mp for merely exercising her right to freedom of expression, amnesty international said today.
“parliaments can only be worthy of their name when all members can speak freely on all issues,” said rafendi djamin, amnesty international’s director for south east asia and the pacific.
“unless this suspension is immediately reversed, the fijian authorities are proving they are intent on silencing critical voices.”
tupou draunidalo, an indigenous fijian parliamentarian and member of the national federation party, was suspended following a parliamentary motion on 3 june 2016 for calling a government minister “a fool” while responding to comments deriding opposition members of parliament.
draunidalo asked the government minister if he was suggesting herself and other indigenous members of the opposition were “dumb natives”.
under the terms of the suspension, draunidalo will not be able to sit in parliament for the remainder of its term. she was elected to parliament in september 2014, in fiji’s first election in eight years.
the suspension underlines the fijian authorities’ ongoing hostility to criticism, including persistent and wide-ranging restrictions on what journalists can report.
since 2010, fiji’s media has been subject to undue restrictions laid out in ‘the media industry development decree,’ which includes potential imprisonment for news editors who do not uphold “the national interest.”
“if fiji is serious about its bid for the un human rights council, they must demonstrate they are serious about upholding human rights at home,” said rafendi djamin.
“letting draunidalo take up her rightful place in parliament, with all due protections for her right to freedom of expression, will be an important first step.”
https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2016/06/fiji-suspension-of-parliamentarian-underlines-government-stranglehold-on-freedom-of-expression/
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give democracy to all golfers
discrimination against poor golfers
the prohibitive entry fees
b
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the buffett rule
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≈ leave a comment
it is wrong to use the internet or any form of media to generate hatred on ethnic or religious grounds.
it is also wrong to control the press by commercial means, it is wrong to abuse power and perpetuate cronyism and corruption.
we should all be capable of better than this, especially those that put themselves forward for public service.
25
≈ leave a comment
a move in the right direction
prime minister voreqe bainimarama says they deposited $9.7 million lease money in the hfc bank last week.
this was highlighted by the prime minister during a public meeting with sugar cane growers in ba today.
bainimarama who is also the chair of the tltb says the money was deposited following their meeting last thursday.
he says this is the money that belongs to those who are 18 years and below and are registered in vola ni kawa bula.
bainimarama says the money will be equally distributed and they will be only able to withdraw the money when they are 18 years old.
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sometimes it’s the little things that are most telling.
in switzerland it has long been customary for students to shake the hands of their teachers at the beginning and end of the school day. it’s a sign of solidarity and mutual respect between teacher and pupil, one that is thought to encourage the right classroom atmosphere. justice minister simonetta sommaruga recently felt compelled to further explain that shaking hands was part of swiss culture and daily life.
and the reason she felt compelled to speak out about the handshake is that two muslim brothers, aged 14 and 15, who have lived in switzerland for several years (and thus are familiar with its mores), in the town of therwil, near basel, refused to shake the hands of their teacher, a woman, because, they claimed, this would violate muslim teachings that contact with the opposite sex is allowed only with family members. at first the school authorities decided to avoid trouble, and initially granted the boys an exemption from having to shake the hand of any female teacher. but an uproar followed, as mayor reto wolf explained to the bbc: “the community was unhappy with the decision taken by the school. in our culture and in our way of communication a handshake is normal and sends out respect for the other person, and this has to be brought home to the children in school.”
therwil’s educational department reversed the school’s decision, explaining in a statement on may 25 that the school’s exemption was lifted because “the public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of religion.” it added that a teacher has the right to demand a handshake. furthermore, if the students refused to shake hands again “the sanctions called for by law will be applied,” which included a possible fine of up to 5,000 dollars. continue reading →
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update: 11:39am
the title ‘minister of economy’ is an appointment used in arab and islam countries says opposition whip ratu isoa tikoca.
the opposition whip made these remarks while responding to the 2016-2017 national budget debate in parliament yesterday.
he termed the change as “unprecedented” for fiji saying it would make the “minister of economy” the most powerful man in fiji.
“a promotion of no separation of powers under the false pretence of a democratic fiji,” he said.
ratu isoa said: “this was clearly demonstrated in the removal of two opposition mp’s through the total disregard of their own constitution and standing orders. the prime minister must understand that such action promotes ill will or hostility between communities in fiji.”
04
≈ leave a comment
the fiji parliament under the rule of the person now known as king khaiyum has become less of a debating chamber and more of a big stick arena, how much worse can it possibly get…
3 june 2016, 16:28 utc
the fijian parliament must overturn the suspension of an opposition mp for merely exercising her right to freedom of expression, amnesty international said today.
“parliaments can only be worthy of their name when all members can speak freely on all issues,” said rafendi djamin, amnesty international’s director for south east asia and the pacific.
“unless this suspension is immediately reversed, the fijian authorities are proving they are intent on silencing critical voices.”
tupou draunidalo, an indigenous fijian parliamentarian and member of the national federation party, was suspended following a parliamentary motion on 3 june 2016 for calling a government minister “a fool” while responding to comments deriding opposition members of parliament.
draunidalo asked the government minister if he was suggesting herself and other indigenous members of the opposition were “dumb natives”.
under the terms of the suspension, draunidalo will not be able to sit in parliament for the remainder of its term. she was elected to parliament in september 2014, in fiji’s first election in eight years.
the suspension underlines the fijian authorities’ ongoing hostility to criticism, including persistent and wide-ranging restrictions on what journalists can report.
since 2010, fiji’s media has been subject to undue restrictions laid out in ‘the media industry development decree,’ which includes potential imprisonment for news editors who do not uphold “the national interest.”
“if fiji is serious about its bid for the un human rights council, they must demonstrate they are serious about upholding human rights at home,” said rafendi djamin.
“letting draunidalo take up her rightful place in parliament, with all due protections for her right to freedom of expression, will be an important first step.”
https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2016/06/fiji-suspension-of-parliamentarian-underlines-government-stranglehold-on-freedom-of-expression/
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give democracy to all golfers
discrimination against poor golfers
the prohibitive entry fees
i
18
≈ leave a comment
the buffett rule
30
≈ leave a comment
it is wrong to use the internet or any form of media to generate hatred on ethnic or religious grounds.
it is also wrong to control the press by commercial means, it is wrong to abuse power and perpetuate cronyism and corruption.
we should all be capable of better than this, especially those that put themselves forward for public service.
25
≈ leave a comment
a move in the right direction
prime minister voreqe bainimarama says they deposited $9.7 million lease money in the hfc bank last week.
this was highlighted by the prime minister during a public meeting with sugar cane growers in ba today.
bainimarama who is also the chair of the tltb says the money was deposited following their meeting last thursday.
he says this is the money that belongs to those who are 18 years and below and are registered in vola ni kawa bula.
bainimarama says the money will be equally distributed and they will be only able to withdraw the money when they are 18 years old.
24
≈ leave a comment
14
≈ leave a comment
sometimes it’s the little things that are most telling.
in switzerland it has long been customary for students to shake the hands of their teachers at the beginning and end of the school day. it’s a sign of solidarity and mutual respect between teacher and pupil, one that is thought to encourage the right classroom atmosphere. justice minister simonetta sommaruga recently felt compelled to further explain that shaking hands was part of swiss culture and daily life.
and the reason she felt compelled to speak out about the handshake is that two muslim brothers, aged 14 and 15, who have lived in switzerland for several years (and thus are familiar with its mores), in the town of therwil, near basel, refused to shake the hands of their teacher, a woman, because, they claimed, this would violate muslim teachings that contact with the opposite sex is allowed only with family members. at first the school authorities decided to avoid trouble, and initially granted the boys an exemption from having to shake the hand of any female teacher. but an uproar followed, as mayor reto wolf explained to the bbc: “the community was unhappy with the decision taken by the school. in our culture and in our way of communication a handshake is normal and sends out respect for the other person, and this has to be brought home to the children in school.”
therwil’s educational department reversed the school’s decision, explaining in a statement on may 25 that the school’s exemption was lifted because “the public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of religion.” it added that a teacher has the right to demand a handshake. furthermore, if the students refused to shake hands again “the sanctions called for by law will be applied,” which included a possible fine of up to 5,000 dollars. continue reading →
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update: 11:39am
the title ‘minister of economy’ is an appointment used in arab and islam countries says opposition whip ratu isoa tikoca.
the opposition whip made these remarks while responding to the 2016-2017 national budget debate in parliament yesterday.
he termed the change as “unprecedented” for fiji saying it would make the “minister of economy” the most powerful man in fiji.
“a promotion of no separation of powers under the false pretence of a democratic fiji,” he said.
ratu isoa said: “this was clearly demonstrated in the removal of two opposition mp’s through the total disregard of their own constitution and standing orders. the prime minister must understand that such action promotes ill will or hostility between communities in fiji.”
04
≈ leave a comment
the fiji parliament under the rule of the person now known as king khaiyum has become less of a debating chamber and more of a big stick arena, how much worse can it possibly get…
3 june 2016, 16:28 utc
the fijian parliament must overturn the suspension of an opposition mp for merely exercising her right to freedom of expression, amnesty international said today.
“parliaments can only be worthy of their name when all members can speak freely on all issues,” said rafendi djamin, amnesty international’s director for south east asia and the pacific.
“unless this suspension is immediately reversed, the fijian authorities are proving they are intent on silencing critical voices.”
tupou draunidalo, an indigenous fijian parliamentarian and member of the national federation party, was suspended following a parliamentary motion on 3 june 2016 for calling a government minister “a fool” while responding to comments deriding opposition members of parliament.
draunidalo asked the government minister if he was suggesting herself and other indigenous members of the opposition were “dumb natives”.
under the terms of the suspension, draunidalo will not be able to sit in parliament for the remainder of its term. she was elected to parliament in september 2014, in fiji’s first election in eight years.
the suspension underlines the fijian authorities’ ongoing hostility to criticism, including persistent and wide-ranging restrictions on what journalists can report.
since 2010, fiji’s media has been subject to undue restrictions laid out in ‘the media industry development decree,’ which includes potential imprisonment for news editors who do not uphold “the national interest.”
“if fiji is serious about its bid for the un human rights council, they must demonstrate they are serious about upholding human rights at home,” said rafendi djamin.
“letting draunidalo take up her rightful place in parliament, with all due protections for her right to freedom of expression, will be an important first step.”
https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2016/06/fiji-suspension-of-parliamentarian-underlines-government-stranglehold-on-freedom-of-expression/
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≈ leave a comment
give democracy to all golfers
discrimination against poor golfers
the prohibitive entry fees
em 18
≈ leave a comment
the buffett rule
30
≈ leave a comment
it is wrong to use the internet or any form of media to generate hatred on ethnic or religious grounds.
it is also wrong to control the press by commercial means, it is wrong to abuse power and perpetuate cronyism and corruption.
we should all be capable of better than this, especially those that put themselves forward for public service.
25
≈ leave a comment
a move in the right direction
prime minister voreqe bainimarama says they deposited $9.7 million lease money in the hfc bank last week.
this was highlighted by the prime minister during a public meeting with sugar cane growers in ba today.
bainimarama who is also the chair of the tltb says the money was deposited following their meeting last thursday.
he says this is the money that belongs to those who are 18 years and below and are registered in vola ni kawa bula.
bainimarama says the money will be equally distributed and they will be only able to withdraw the money when they are 18 years old.
24
≈ leave a comment
14
≈ leave a comment
sometimes it’s the little things that are most telling.
in switzerland it has long been customary for students to shake the hands of their teachers at the beginning and end of the school day. it’s a sign of solidarity and mutual respect between teacher and pupil, one that is thought to encourage the right classroom atmosphere. justice minister simonetta sommaruga recently felt compelled to further explain that shaking hands was part of swiss culture and daily life.
and the reason she felt compelled to speak out about the handshake is that two muslim brothers, aged 14 and 15, who have lived in switzerland for several years (and thus are familiar with its mores), in the town of therwil, near basel, refused to shake the hands of their teacher, a woman, because, they claimed, this would violate muslim teachings that contact with the opposite sex is allowed only with family members. at first the school authorities decided to avoid trouble, and initially granted the boys an exemption from having to shake the hand of any female teacher. but an uproar followed, as mayor reto wolf explained to the bbc: “the community was unhappy with the decision taken by the school. in our culture and in our way of communication a handshake is normal and sends out respect for the other person, and this has to be brought home to the children in school.”
therwil’s educational department reversed the school’s decision, explaining in a statement on may 25 that the school’s exemption was lifted because “the public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of religion.” it added that a teacher has the right to demand a handshake. furthermore, if the students refused to shake hands again “the sanctions called for by law will be applied,” which included a possible fine of up to 5,000 dollars. continue reading →
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update: 11:39am
the title ‘minister of economy’ is an appointment used in arab and islam countries says opposition whip ratu isoa tikoca.
the opposition whip made these remarks while responding to the 2016-2017 national budget debate in parliament yesterday.
he termed the change as “unprecedented” for fiji saying it would make the “minister of economy” the most powerful man in fiji.
“a promotion of no separation of powers under the false pretence of a democratic fiji,” he said.
ratu isoa said: “this was clearly demonstrated in the removal of two opposition mp’s through the total disregard of their own constitution and standing orders. the prime minister must understand that such action promotes ill will or hostility between communities in fiji.”
04
≈ leave a comment
the fiji parliament under the rule of the person now known as king khaiyum has become less of a debating chamber and more of a big stick arena, how much worse can it possibly get…
3 june 2016, 16:28 utc
the fijian parliament must overturn the suspension of an opposition mp for merely exercising her right to freedom of expression, amnesty international said today.
“parliaments can only be worthy of their name when all members can speak freely on all issues,” said rafendi djamin, amnesty international’s director for south east asia and the pacific.
“unless this suspension is immediately reversed, the fijian authorities are proving they are intent on silencing critical voices.”
tupou draunidalo, an indigenous fijian parliamentarian and member of the national federation party, was suspended following a parliamentary motion on 3 june 2016 for calling a government minister “a fool” while responding to comments deriding opposition members of parliament.
draunidalo asked the government minister if he was suggesting herself and other indigenous members of the opposition were “dumb natives”.
under the terms of the suspension, draunidalo will not be able to sit in parliament for the remainder of its term. she was elected to parliament in september 2014, in fiji’s first election in eight years.
the suspension underlines the fijian authorities’ ongoing hostility to criticism, including persistent and wide-ranging restrictions on what journalists can report.
since 2010, fiji’s media has been subject to undue restrictions laid out in ‘the media industry development decree,’ which includes potential imprisonment for news editors who do not uphold “the national interest.”
“if fiji is serious about its bid for the un human rights council, they must demonstrate they are serious about upholding human rights at home,” said rafendi djamin.
“letting draunidalo take up her rightful place in parliament, with all due protections for her right to freedom of expression, will be an important first step.”
https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2016/06/fiji-suspension-of-parliamentarian-underlines-government-stranglehold-on-freedom-of-expression/
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give democracy to all golfers
discrimination against poor golfers
the prohibitive entry fees
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aboutbe informedburness case: up-dates-scroll downno going backpetitionthe destructiveness of vanity fiji pensioners ~ grey power search: the buffet rule 18 friday nov 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment the buffett rule let’s see if these folks understand what people pressure is all about. salary of retired us presidents .. . . . .. . . . . .. . $180,000 for life. salary of house/senate members .. . . . .. . . . $174,000 for life. this is stupid salary of speaker of the house .. . . . .. . . . . $223,500 for life. this is really stupid salary of majority / minority leaders . . .. . . . . $193,400 for life. stupid average salary of a teacher . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. .$40,065 average salary of a deployed soldier . . .. . . .. $38,000 here’s where the cuts should be made! warren buffett, in a recent interview with cnbc, offers one of the best quotes about the debt ceiling: “i could end the deficit in five minutes,” he told cnbc. “you just pass a law that says that anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of gdp, all sitting members of congress are ineligible for re-election”. the 26th amendment ( granting the right to vote for 18 year-olds ) took only three months and eight days to be ratified! why? simple! the people demanded it. that was in 1971 – before computers, e-mail, cell phones, etc. of the 27 amendments to the constitution, seven (7) took one (1) year or less to become the law of the land – all because of public pressure. warren buffett is asking each addressee to forward this email to a minimum of twenty people on their address list; in turn ask each of those to do likewise. in three days, most people in the united states of america will have the message. this is one idea that really should be passed around. congressional reform act of 2017 1. no tenure / no pension. a congressman / woman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they’re out of office. 2. congress (past, present, & future) participates in social security. all funds in the congressional retirement fund move to the social security system immediately. all future funds flow into the social security system, and congress participates with the american people. it may not be used for any other purpose. 3. congress can purchase their own retirement plan, just as all americans do. 4. congress will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. congressional pay will rise by the lower of cpi or 3%. 5. congress loses their current health care system and participates in the same health care system as the american people. 6. congress must equally abide by all laws they impose on the american people. 7. all contracts with past and present congressmen/women are void effective 3/1/17. the american people did not make this contract with congressmen/women. congress made all these contracts for themselves. serving in congress is an honor, not a career. the founding fathers envisioned citizen legislators, so ours should serve their term(s), then go home and go back to work. if each person contacts a minimum of twenty people, then it will only take three days for most people in the u.s. to receive the message. it’s time! this is how you fix congress! if you agree, pass it on. the pm is correct 30 saturday jul 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment it is wrong to use the internet or any form of media to generate hatred on ethnic or religious grounds. it is also wrong to control the press by commercial means, it is wrong to abuse power and perpetuate cronyism and corruption. we should all be capable of better than this, especially those that put themselves forward for public service. http://fijivillage.com/news-feature/pm-speaks-about-the-increasing-misuse-of-social-media-2ks5r9/ money in the bank 25 monday jul 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment a move in the right direction prime minister voreqe bainimarama says they deposited $9.7 million lease money in the hfc bank last week. this was highlighted by the prime minister during a public meeting with sugar cane growers in ba today. bainimarama who is also the chair of the tltb says the money was deposited following their meeting last thursday. he says this is the money that belongs to those who are 18 years and below and are registered in vola ni kawa bula. bainimarama says the money will be equally distributed and they will be only able to withdraw the money when they are 18 years old. http://fijivillage.com/news-feature/97m-lease-money-deposited-for-youths-18-and-below—pm–ksr592/ image certainly not honourable 24 sunday jul 2016 posted by fijipensioners | filed under articles & reports ≈ leave a comment do not be sexist, shake hands ! 14 thursday jul 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment sometimes it’s the little things that are most telling. in switzerland it has long been customary for students to shake the hands of their teachers at the beginning and end of the school day. it’s a sign of solidarity and mutual respect between teacher and pupil, one that is thought to encourage the right classroom atmosphere. justice minister simonetta sommaruga recently felt compelled to further explain that shaking hands was part of swiss culture and daily life. and the reason she felt compelled to speak out about the handshake is that two muslim brothers, aged 14 and 15, who have lived in switzerland for several years (and thus are familiar with its mores), in the town of therwil, near basel, refused to shake the hands of their teacher, a woman, because, they claimed, this would violate muslim teachings that contact with the opposite sex is allowed only with family members. at first the school authorities decided to avoid trouble, and initially granted the boys an exemption from having to shake the hand of any female teacher. but an uproar followed, as mayor reto wolf explained to the bbc: “the community was unhappy with the decision taken by the school. in our culture and in our way of communication a handshake is normal and sends out respect for the other person, and this has to be brought home to the children in school.” therwil’s educational department reversed the school’s decision, explaining in a statement on may 25 that the school’s exemption was lifted because “the public interest with respect to equality between men and women and the integration of foreigners significantly outweighs the freedom of religion.” it added that a teacher has the right to demand a handshake. furthermore, if the students refused to shake hands again “the sanctions called for by law will be applied,” which included a possible fine of up to 5,000 dollars. continue reading → who can we trust ? 07 thursday jul 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment “apart from this [dangerous driving causing death] charges against praveen bala the attorney-general aiyaz sayed khaiyum very well knew of his illegal activities because i had personally briefed him. i had also briefed the former cp teleni and his deputy and had showed evidence against praveen bala and others for their involvement in 2000 coup and the attempt to kill the commander bainimarama…i was stopped from directing the investigations” – former acp nasir ali, on his facebook posting, 13/6/2016 we pensioners know we cannot trust the writer and instigator of decree 51, so that eliminates one of them. a rose by any other name ??? 07 thursday jul 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment update: 11:39am the title ‘minister of economy’ is an appointment used in arab and islam countries says opposition whip ratu isoa tikoca. the opposition whip made these remarks while responding to the 2016-2017 national budget debate in parliament yesterday. he termed the change as “unprecedented” for fiji saying it would make the “minister of economy” the most powerful man in fiji. “a promotion of no separation of powers under the false pretence of a democratic fiji,” he said. ratu isoa said: “this was clearly demonstrated in the removal of two opposition mp’s through the total disregard of their own constitution and standing orders. the prime minister must understand that such action promotes ill will or hostility between communities in fiji.” parliament in chaos 04 saturday jun 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment the fiji parliament under the rule of the person now known as king khaiyum has become less of a debating chamber and more of a big stick arena, how much worse can it possibly get… suspension of indigenous mp in fiji underlines government’s stranglehold on freedom of expression 3 june 2016, 16:28 utc the fijian parliament must overturn the suspension of an opposition mp for merely exercising her right to freedom of expression, amnesty international said today. “parliaments can only be worthy of their name when all members can speak freely on all issues,” said rafendi djamin, amnesty international’s director for south east asia and the pacific. “unless this suspension is immediately reversed, the fijian authorities are proving they are intent on silencing critical voices.” tupou draunidalo, an indigenous fijian parliamentarian and member of the national federation party, was suspended following a parliamentary motion on 3 june 2016 for calling a government minister “a fool” while responding to comments deriding opposition members of parliament. draunidalo asked the government minister if he was suggesting herself and other indigenous members of the opposition were “dumb natives”. under the terms of the suspension, draunidalo will not be able to sit in parliament for the remainder of its term. she was elected to parliament in september 2014, in fiji’s first election in eight years. the suspension underlines the fijian authorities’ ongoing hostility to criticism, including persistent and wide-ranging restrictions on what journalists can report. since 2010, fiji’s media has been subject to undue restrictions laid out in ‘the media industry development decree,’ which includes potential imprisonment for news editors who do not uphold “the national interest.” “if fiji is serious about its bid for the un human rights council, they must demonstrate they are serious about upholding human rights at home,” said rafendi djamin. “letting draunidalo take up her rightful place in parliament, with all due protections for her right to freedom of expression, will be an important first step.” https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2016/06/fiji-suspension-of-parliamentarian-underlines-government-stranglehold-on-freedom-of-expression/ decree 51 was and still is a crime 21 monday mar 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ 2 comments report commissioned by david fowler burness v fiji national provident fund and republic of fiji and the attorney general of fiji civil action: hbc no 183 of 2011 professor wadan narsey school of economics faculty of business and economics the university of the south pacific 1. i, wadan lal narsey of 27 gardiner road, nasese, suva state as follows: i have been requested by david fowler burness to provide an economic analysis in relation to the proposal of the fiji national provident fund „board‟ to reduce the pensions of fnpf beneficiaries, including david fowler burness, the applicant in the action for human rights redress pursuant to section 38 (5) of the human rights decree. i am qualified to make this report, having a number of relevant university degrees (a bachelors degree in mathematics and science from the university of otago, a masters degree in economics from the university of west indies (jamaica) and a dphil from the university of sussex in uk) and having analysed and written on the problems associated with the fnpf for many years. in addition, i have the following work experience (with the details provided in my cv): 1.0 employment and significant publications: 1972: fiji islands bureau of statistics; 1973: the university of the south pacific ( lecturer in mathematics and, later, economics). i have been employed at usp since then, including three years as usp‟s director of development and planning (1993 – 1996) 1996: elected unopposed into parliament until 1999 when i returned to usp. from 2004- 2007 semi-retired independent consultant. from 2007 to current- usp‟s professor in economics. over the past 38 years i have conducted numerous consultancies for regional governments, donors, regional and international organizations. in the last ten years, my consultancy and research work has focused on fiji and pacific development problems and applied policy. 2 recent books published: (i) just wages in fiji (for ecrea) (ii) poverty in fiji ( for fiji islands bureau of statistics) (iii) gender issues in employment and unemployment in fiji (for ausaid and fibos). (iv) numerous other publications in eminent journals and books too many to mention but can be supplied upon request. i have extensive workshop and training experience in fiji and the pacific on the subjects of poverty alleviation, social justice and civic responsibility, employment and unemployment, gender, regional trade, and development issues in general. i have written more than a hundred articles for the fiji media, on economic, political and social issues, including many on the problems of the fnpf (see the attached cv). 2.0 professional credentials and appointment to government boards (1999-2005) in 1999, i was appointed by the fiji government (led by the fiji labour party then) on the fiji national provident fund investment committee, on which i served for three years. i was also appointed by the same government on the asset management bank board (tasked with recovering the “bad debts” resulting from the national bank of fiji disaster) on which i also served for the full three years. in 2004 i was appointed by the sdl government on the board of firca (fiji islands revenue and customs authority) from which i resigned on issues of principle. i have also made presentations to numerous fiji government cabinets in respect of major development projects for the sdl/flp multi-party cabinet, as well as on poverty and poverty alleviation issues in fiji (the latter with a team from the fiji islands bureau of statistics). three years ago i was also invited by commodore bainimarama to chair the fnpf board, which offer i declined on principle, as i informed him that i was personally opposed to military coups removing elected governments, since my personal economic analyses of previous coups had led me to the conclusion that they did great economic, political and social harm to our country. i have disclosed to mr burness the fact that i am the recipient of an fnpf pension (ie a beneficiary) but have also disclosed that i have written as an economist, on issues pertaining to fnpf since 2002, that is, prior to my receiving the pension, while contributing on the 1998 fnpf amendment act in parliament. 3 3.0 questions asked by mr burness i have been asked to address a series of specific questions, as follows: question 1 question 1 (a) can fnpf pensions be legally reduced? answer: no they cannot be, pursuant to the fnpf act. question 1(b) can fnpf vary the pension rates differentially for high/low income pensioners? answer: the fnpf act states they cannot. question 1(c) does fnpf have the financial capacity to pay existing pensions at their current rates? answer: the provisions of the fnpf act and the existence of the buffer fund, which has wrongly been denied interest payments from 1975 to the present, suggest without any doubt that they do have capacity to pay, for another 18 years or more. question 2: should there be an official inquiry into the fiji national provident fund in relation to investments, related issues with respect to the burness legal action, and the planned implementation of the review by the fnpf and on what economic basis? in my report below, i outline the many reasons (including possible actuarial errors by the ilo and mercer studies) why an expert commission of inquiry is necessary to make certain recommendations which may then be considered by an elected government. 4.0 fnpf issues prior to 2006 – economic analyses fnpf has been larger, in total, than all the other private financial institutions put together. fnpf, is the biggest lender to the fiji government, as well as the largest player in the financial market. by purchasing majority shares in ath, fnpf also became the biggest stakeholder in the telecommunications market, with its numerous monopolies, which have constrained the fiji economy for decades, particularly in the last twelve years under fnpf influence. i have published a number of articles, on how fnpf has over the decades come to its current crisis. these can be supplied upon request, as follows: 4 in “the athl monopoly: between the devil and the deep blue sea”, the fiji times, 6 march 2002, i wrote: how fnpf’s purchase, at an extremely inflated price, of majority shares in the ath super monopoly condemned to a quandary where to protect its investment, it would have to squeeze maximum dividends out of its ath shares, and hence the maximum from vodaphone, telecom fiji and fintel (over which it only obtained “management rights”, not actual ownership of shares. the ps finance then (narube) was also then the chairman of the fnpf board. in the “the reserve bank and the fnpf: funny business for the guv”. the fiji times, 12 march 2002 i pointed out: the massive conflicts interest for the governor of the reserve bank who was also appointed as chairman of fnpf and he also accepted chairmanship of fintel: with the rbf forcing fnpf to bring back its investments (thereby losing revenue and risk minimisation for fnpf), rbf’s role as regulator of fiji’s financial system while fnpf was a huge player in the financial market, etc. a similar conflict of interest was also always there with the permanent scretary of finance, or other permanent secrataries being appointed as chairman of the fnpf board. in “communications monopoly monsters at work” the fiji times, 21 may 2004, i wrote: how the communications monopolies were doing huge damage to fiji economically and socially, and fnpf, to gain short-term dividends, was harming itself in the long run by supporting monopolistic practices which squeezed the economy, reduced economic growth and job creation and thereby squeezed its own long-term growth in contributions from existing and new members. in “auditors between the devil and the deep blue sea”. the sunday times, 14 august 2005, i wrote: that the implications of the professor michael white’s analysis of fnpf accounts by auditors on how fnpf would appear to be far worse if proper accounting procedures were to be followed in respect of the massive premium paid by fnpf for ath shares, and the likely loss of value once competition was brought into the telecommunications industry. this was a very prophetic article, as well the analysis by professor white. in “stock markets, sharks, suckers and victims”. islands business, may 2006 i wrote: while stakeholders in the fiji stock exchange had been attempting to encourage the public to convert their savings into shares in the stock market, it points to the dangers lurking in the future, especially if governments, under pressure from wto or just a good change in policy, try to reduce monopolies, such as cement producing companies, or ath. there would be inevitable losses in share value, 5 which stock market stakeholders were not pointing out. fnpf had even been encouraging, in my view wrongly, its members to use their fnpf money to buy shares in ath, the monopoly. 5.0 post 2006 since the events of 2006, there have been massively increased government borrowings from the fnpf, and massive losses in some large investments. i have written the following articles, which have had direct or indirect bearing on the fnpf: “coup wolves circling fnpf” fiji sun, 14 march 2009 and the fiji times 13 march 2009. early warning: fijian holdings limited, a company controlled by the military government, tried to borrow more than a hundred millions from fnpf, when private banks had refused. thankfully, fnpf refused. more ominously, the military government wants to borrow hundreds of millions, basically to sustain their increased recurrent expenditure and military over-spending. the private banks, local or overseas, will not oblige. should fnpf oblige? will fnpf oblige? if fnpf continuously gives in to such lending pressures from government, without economic growth, it will only encourage inflation to rise in the long term, thereby slashing the real value of everyone’s savings and pensions. and if ever pensioners totally lose confidence in fnpf, it may become insolvent, with future pension rates slashed, and even existing pensions reduced in dollar terms. the key issue is that the fnpf board is now controlled by an unelected military government’s appointees and we the fnpf contributors who own the savings do not have a single direct representative on the fnpf board who can be accountable to us. in “saving fnpf and fiji” 12 may 2010 (pacific scoop- online media), i wrote: worrying news about fiji national provident fund (fnpf) and the reserve bank of fiji (rbf). fnpf announced a $327 million “write down” in its investment value (with some $300 million of that due to the natadola loan). but fnpf also has some other large exposures which are not looking good: momi, fsc and other private sector borrowers. and very strange that rbf has lent $22 million to the fiji sugar corporation (fsc). these are all extremely worrying developments for fnpf, rbf and for fiji. urgent need for public inquiry. how did these massive losses take place? who should be held responsible? might it get worse for fnpf? and how should fnpf management be strengthened to prevent further unwise decisions? in “helping fnpf, despite media censorship”. pacific scoop. 18 january 2011, i wrote: with a stagnating economy fnpf revenues have been severely constrained. few new jobs have been created and existing incomes have not grown; many loans are nonperforming; returns on fnpf investments have been declining; and large amounts of capital values have been written off because of mismanagement. but collectively, fnpf 6 contributors and pensioners remain the largest group of spenders in the fiji economy. this article constructively suggested how fnpf contributors and pensioners could direct their consumption expenditure towards fnpf investments (such as holiday inn,the intercontinental, and tappoo city), and change fnpf policies for the better. how fnpf management could encourage this by providing financial incentives and changing their management structure. called on fnpf stakeholders (fnpf itself, unions, pensioners, civil servants etc) to conduct marketing campaigns in the aid of fnpf assets and loans recipients. in “your money is not fully yours”. the fiji times 7 may 2011, i wrote: ..while fiji citizens technically own their personal monetary holdings, they and their institutions (like fnpf) are not free to invest it where they wish to- they must obtain rbf permission to invest abroad. fnpf, which used to keep moderate amounts of their funds abroad in order to diversify their investments, have also been forced to bring them back, wherever there have been foreign exchange reserves crises, and suffered losses as a consequence. whatever the fnpf loses in income, is gained by the rbf, which passes it on to the government of the day, to spend and enjoy. fiji citizens, who were forced to keep their investments in fiji, have paid a heavy price, periodically. in “fnpf sinks lower” pacific scoop. 26 may 2011, i wrote: that the fnpf symposium being organized by the fnpf and the miliary regime was a farce. the fnpf management and board, under orders from the bainimarama regime, will continue to hide all the reports that would reveal that the bainimarama regime is itself directly and indirectly responsible for a large part of the mess that the fnpf is currently in and the urgency of needed reforms; the bainimarama regime will continue to milk the fnpf cow, which, with increased contributions and reduced payouts, will give them even more of our savings to use ad misuse, however they wish. the contributors to fnpf and the pensioners of fnpf, will have no choice in the matter. with media censorship, they cannot even publicly and freely discuss these massive changes to your pension fund. called on the contributors and pensioners of fnpf to demand the public release of all the reports by imf, wb, ilo and recent independent consultants; demand the release of all the reports on the investigation into the investments at natadola, momi; demand that the majority of the fnpf board members must be democratically elected by the current fnpf contributors and with pensioners having separate elected representation; demand that the chairman of the board must be from these elected members and definitely not some foreigner as currently; demand that any decision on changes to the fnpf must be made by the elected board and not the current board and management; demand that fnpf must be allowed to invest as much of its funds abroad as is prudently advisable and that rbf must recompense fnpf for all the lost earnings because of foreign investments brought back; demand that the fnpf management swear oaths of allegiance to the real owners of the fund- the contributors and the pensioners, and not to an illegal military government. 7 in “consultants helping the fiji military milk the fnpf cow”.pacific scoop. 2 june 2011 i wrote: while consultants were recommending significant reductions to the annuity rates for future pensioners, serious questions may be asked, for example, whether the mercer calculations are correct, especially their assumption of fiji’s future mortality patterns following australian patterns. while these consultants and fnpf management talked about accountability and transparency, and the need to protect “whistleblowers”- they do not apply these same principles to themselves with their data and analysis. the promontory recommendations on the “restructured board” are a total sell-out of sound principles of accountability of the fnpf management and board, to the real owners of the fnpf. these consultants’ direct involvement in the politically inspired symposium sadly shows how supposed independent experts will compromise their professionalism into illegal processes being stage-managed by this illegal military regime. these consultants’ recommendations also make sure that they will continue to earn further consultancies well into the future. in “end fnpf subsidy to fiji governments- linking the many battles” pacific scoop. 20 july 2011 i wrote: the fnpf board and management conveniently ignore that fnpf has been giving large subsidies (amounting to hundreds of millions over the last forty years) to successive fiji governments through easily available loans, at interest rates much lower than that charged by commercial banks. the legal battle by current pensioners against fnpf and the military regime, should point to these massive fnpf subsidies to fiji governments as a moral justification for fiji government to finance any future shortfalls in the liabilities to existing pensioners. to help fnpf’s revenues and current contributors and pensioners, these interest rate subsidies to government should also be ended. for that to occur, both pensioners and contributors need to fight battle 3, which is to have an fnpf board completely accountable to its members. continue reading → not royal and ancient rules 20 sunday mar 2016 posted by fijipensioners in articles & reports ≈ leave a comment give democracy to all golfers (edited version in ft, 20 march 2016) wadan narsey……….. academics studying the failures of democracy in fiji, in addition to studying the assaults by rabuka and bainimarama on the elected fiji parliaments, would understand the failures of society better by also examining the failures of democracy in other organizations, such as superannuation funds, religious bodies, social clubs, sports clubs, and national sports organizations.  golf is one of them. a fiji times sports headline (30 january 2016) announced “new golf leaders” with the “national golf association of fiji” being “rebranded” into “golf fiji” with a new “elected” executive committee. [rebranding is of course a favorite pastime of corporate leaders trying to prove to the world how wonderfully innovative they are by changing the names of organisations which fundamentally remain the same after the rebranding.] the ft news item noted that the executive committee was “dominated by members of the ba golf club”, somewhat of an understatement. and nothing new of course, for those of us who understand how the entire fiji economy is dominated by ba businessmen of a particular ethnicity. the new president is manish patel of the ba golf club, as also is the vice president, general secretary, assistant secretary, the “west delegate”, and tournament controller. there were only two non-ba club members on the committee, one from pacific harbour and  one from the fiji golf club as the “east delegate”. there was no public comment on this even though in golf circles, it is well known that the ba golf club is one of the smaller golf clubs in fiji. it will be interesting to see if the elections office which recently displayed great proactivity by deregistering the national federation party (thereby also leading to their exclusion from parliament by an equally proactive speaker), takes any interest in the strange “election” of the executive committee of golf fiji. especially as this executive committee has laid down “rules” which discriminate against large numbers of golfers who are not members of affiliated clubs, mostly because they are too poor. it is as if only the rich in our society could vote in the national elections for parliament. discrimination against poor golfers i recently registered a complaint with the executive committee of golf fiji that it was wrong of them stipulate (in a golf fiji letter to all the member clubs) that club members of non-affiliated clubs (i.e. those not paying their affiliation fees to golf fiji)  will (a) not be able to participate in golf fiji events; (b) would not be entitled to join golf fiji high performance unit and will not be  eligible  for  national team  selection; and (c) that non-affiliated clubs would not be entitled to receive any financial or equipment grants from golf fiji. i pointed out that every citizen golfer in fiji has a right to participate in golf fiji events and to represent fiji if they are good enough. i pointed out that there are many golfers in fiji who are not members of any golf club (for reasons of place of residence or they are too poor to join a golf club) should not be denied the opportunity to play in golf fiji events, or to represent fiji. some of the best golfers in fiji and fiji national representatives have been drawn from the ranks of caddies, the majority of whom cannot afford to be members of golf clubs like the fiji golf club or pacific harbour golf club.  i suggested that golf fiji should allow any golfer in fiji, with the payment of a small fee, say $15 per year (which is the contribution that each club makes per member to golf fiji) full rights to take part in national events and to represent fiji. i suggest here also that the equipment grants from golf fiji are derived from international donors, none of whom would be particularly happy that the poorest golfers in fiji would be deprived by golf fiji rules, of enjoying the benefits, because they are not members of any golf club, while needing the equipment more than the rich. the prohibitive entry fees let me mention here one way in which poor golfers are discouraged from participating in national tournaments: the high tournament fees. most tournaments (including those which are used as qualifying tournaments) to represent fiji or to win national honors, have “entry fees”. continue reading → ← older posts subscribe entries (rss) comments (rss) archives november 2016 july 2016 june 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 categories articles & reports link information daily humour health hints letters grey power editor letters to fnpf unpublished letters obituaries polls & surveys press releases quotations remembrance recipes meta register log in create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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