Two prominent leaders of the National Federation Party of Fiji will be in Auckland next week to address a public meeting.
Professor Biman Prasad, Leader of the Party (and Head of the School of Economics at the University of South Pacific) and Roko Tupou Darunidalo, Party President, will speak on a number of issues linked to the forthcoming general election in Fiji and current affairs
The meeting will be held on Saturday, June 21 at 330 pm at the Mr Roskill War Memorial Hall located at 13 May Road, Mt Roskill.
The main theme of the Meeting, open to all, will be, ‘Fiji Elections: Will they be Free and Fair?’ and ‘Coalition for Democracy in Fiji.’
Dr Prasad and Ms Darunidalo will discuss the current political developments in Fiji, the country’s economy, the new Constitution now in place and the general election scheduled to be held on September 17, 2014.
Speaking at a meeting of the Rotary Club at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva on June 12, 2014, Dr Prasad promised political and economic stability if elected to form the next Government in Fiji.
He asked Fijians to think and vote for a Government that promises ‘Business as usual’ and a Government that would find a high growth path that feeds off the creativity, skills and a revolution in the expansion of our freedoms,” he said.