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Amenatave Yaconisau,Palm Drive, Delainavesi, Lami
Monday, November 06, 2017

I fully agree with Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry that "there is too much political interference in the public sector in Fiji" preventing a freehand carrying out their responsibilities (FT 5/11).

I believe these are the reasons behind the early exit of expatriates.

Obviously people who come from a different culture do not subscribe to a system that doesn't respect them.

I believe this is not democratic participation, but an imposition and interference.

I believe the power of leadership in relation to others is important, not co-operation tools whose thoughts are disregarded. The Constitution is clear according to section 127 (3).

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