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Interim Fiji PM Bainimarama chairs 5th NCBBF Meet

PM Bainimarama chairs 5th NCBBF Meet

Aug 4, 2008 - Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama today chaired the opening of the fifth NCBBF meeting which is being held at the Nasova Police Academy at Nasese.

In addressing members of the National Council for Building a Better Fiji, Commodore Bainimarama welcomed two new members that will be joining the council namely that of Ratu Tevita Mara and Mr Bhuwan Dutt.

The two day meet will involve round the table discussions where:

* leaders of the three national task teams will present their report
* discussions on the Draft People's Charter and
* the State of the Nation Report.

The meeting will end tomorrow. (4 August 2008)


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