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Uplifting of Public Emergency Regulation


Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Uplifting of Public Emergency Regulation

“The Fijian Government under the capable leadership of Prime Minister Rt. Honorable Frank Bainimarama has continued to display good governance by uplifting the Public Emergency Regulation (PER) effective from Saturday, January 7, 2012” said Alton Shameem JP, the New Zealander-Fijian Community, Multi-Cultural, Ethnic, National and International Leader, Founder/ Chairman and President of the Fiji Club New Zealand (FCNZ) and Fiji Council New Zealand (FCoNZ).

“ Uplifting of the Public Emergency Regulation (PER) will further enhance in the nationwide consultation, commencing next month of the proposed true democratic constitution, as prepared by the People’s Charter For Change in conjunction with the good people of Fiji for the upcoming general elections in 2014.

The proposed constitution is based on liberty, equality, right to life, justice, in pursue of happiness, one person one vote irrespective of ethnicity and religious beliefs, and minimal government as those are the inalienable rights of all human beings” said Alton Shameem JP the indigenous Fijian and a New Zealander.

“True democracy will enable our fellow Fijians to govern themselves and be a true sovereign country protecting her own natural territories, resources, interests and not be controlled, ruled, threaten or bullied by foreign governments” said Alton Shameem JP, the New Zealander-Fijian Community, Multi-Cultural, Ethnic, National and International Leader, Founder/ Chairman and President of the Fiji Club New Zealand (FCNZ) and Fiji Council New Zealand (FCoNZ).

ENDS.


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