We Say: Disunity, fear and personal attacks

People's Alliance Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka speaks as National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad looks on.
People's Alliance Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka speaks as National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad looks on. Photo: NFP

When Fiji emerges from the December 14 elections, the nation will have a government it truly deserves. 

The new parliament will be a house which mirrors the Fijian people, their hopes and aspirations. It will also paint a picture of how divided the country has become under 16 years of Frank Bainimarama. 

During the campaign, which was bereft of policy statements and heavy on personalised criticism, FijiFirst openly attached future assistance to voter support. Fear-mongering and dire predictions on the future of the Indo-Fijian community under anyone other than Bainimarama were peddled . . .

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