THE Prime Minister has urged the people of Vanua Levu to read the Constitution.
During his recent visit to Vanua Levu to open telecentres in five schools, Commodore Bainimarama said reading the Constitution would help the people understand their rights and the laws.
"It's obviously a document that Fijians already value and see as something they can treasure and pass down to their children," he said.
"It's important for you all to read the 2013 Constitution for yourselves. I have been struck by the enthusiasm ordinary Fijians are showing for the blueprint that will take us to the first genuine democratic election in our history next year.
"The Constitution is the culmination of the revolution that the RFMF and I launched in December 2006 to put Fiji back on track after years of corruption and the rule of self-interested politicians who weren't really interested in providing basic services to all Fijians."
Commodore Bainimarama said the most important thing for him was for his government to do what other governments didn't, which was delivering services to all Fijians wherever they live.
"Better access to electricity, clean water, affordable housing, education and transport. Not just talk but action."