Chodo’s swagger is back. And the arrogance. A real trade unionist, who truly believes in the rights and dignity of the worker, would never in a million years make any statement that assumes he or she is unaccountable to the workers.
Yet we see Chodo here, meeting with the Dictator Vulgaris, claiming it was ‘private’. Oh? Truly? So you were just talking about each other’s personal matters. “How’s your wife? The kids? Your new house? The gonorrhea?”
If Chodo were a true trade unionist, he would account himself to the workers of what he said or did to protect their rights. But instead we see him for what he really is, arrogant, unaccountable, holding himself above the well-being and welfare of the workers, and the Sugar community in particular. He has no mandate to represent the people or to decide or influence how our Government is run.
The man is bottom-feeding pond scum and a total fraud.
God bless Fiji
Meeting private, says Chaudhry
The Fiji Times Online, Saturday, February 21, 2009
Update: 5:36PM Fiji Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry said his meeting with interim PM Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama earlier this week was “a private one.”
But it is understood that the men discussed issues pertaining to the sugar industry.
Mr Chaudhry attended the party meeting in Nadi earlier today, which discussed issues ranging from the state of the economy, liquidity situation, primary resources sector, mahogany, sugar, bus fares and the wages council order.