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PM: People will differentiate between truth and lies

Atasa Moceituba
Wednesday, July 02, 2014

WITH the September 17 General Election around the corner, Prime Minister Rear Admiral (Ret) Voreqe Bainimarama says he has faith in Fijians that they will be able to differentiate lies from the truth.

Speaking at the opening of the Lami High School's new telecentre in Suva yesterday, the Prime Minister said ordinary people in various places within the country had been complaining about past politicians not keeping their promises during his visit.

Rear Admiral (Ret) Bainimarama said since day one, his government had always been interested in delivering results than making promises.

"Breaking this shameful practice has been one of my proudest accomplishments as your Prime Minister."

He said the current government was the first to launch a National Broadband Policy in the country.

"And I urge you to think very carefully about who you are going to vote for in the upcoming election. It's a very important decision that comes down to whose vision for the country you believe in the most."


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