Fiji Law Society President refuses to cooperate with military

Radio Australia, Pacific Beat – Reports of growing dissent inside Fiji are beginning to emerge, with local media reporting that the Secretary General of the nationalist Yanua Tako Lavo Party has been arrested. The Police have told Fiji TV he was in breach of Public Emergency Regulations, but Pacific Beat understands Iliesa Duvuloco was distributing leaflets in rural areas, calling on native Fijians to unite against Commodore Frank Bainamarama. The Police would neither confirm nor deny the reports. Meanwhile, the President of Fiji’s Law Society, Dorsami Naidu, says he has been contacted by the military and asked to come to the camp for questioning, but has no intention of responding to the military’s request.

Presenter Helene Hoffman, Speaker: President of Fiji Law Society Dorsami Naidu

God bless Fiji

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One thought on “Fiji Law Society President refuses to cooperate with military

  1. When, when, when will — as D-Bu say’s — Fijans get angry enough to protest against it all?

    Aaaargh! I’m banging my head against a brick wall in anticipation.

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