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A-G waits for right of reply on claims

Aqela Susu
Wednesday, September 13, 2017

ACTING Prime Minister and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has opted to wait for his right of reply tomorrow to respond to Opposition parliamentarian Mosese Bulitavu's claims that the Fijian people had no confidence in Government's laws and policies.

In his response to the President's speech in Parliament on Monday, Mr Bulitavu claimed majority of Fijians wanted a change in Government and their conversion was not a result of race, religion, geography or talks of division.

Mr Bulitavu claimed Fijians had shifted because they had no confidence in the policies, laws and actions of the FijiFirst Government.

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