AGAIN.. Read OUR lips… Elections 2014..


The Commonwealth Secretary General says Fiji’s interim regime will have to restart political dialogue with a view to elections to avoid suspension.

The interim Prime Minister, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, has invited a Commonwealth delegation to Fiji for talks over the Pacific nation’s position in the grouping, after it issued an ultimatum for progress towards elections by September.

Kamalesh Sharma says the Commonwealth, along with the UN, had supported the proposed President’s political dialogue forum, which was to be a discussion involving people across a broad social spectrum.

“At some point it was announced that this process was being not pursued anymore, and what CMAG is saying, is that it should be revived, but with a very clear target of elections in October next year.”


6 responses to “AGAIN.. Read OUR lips… Elections 2014..

  1. Brokenness
    The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit. PSALM 51:17
    We don’t always know the reason for our trials, but God revealed to Paul the reason for his ‘thorn in the flesh.’ It was to keep him from being ‘exalted’ (See 2 Corinthians 12:7). Success can be intoxicating, and intoxicated people aren’t known for being too bright or trustworthy! What happens when you get a thorn in your flesh? It hurts. And you’ll let everything else go while you focus on removing it. Three times Paul prayed for God to remove the thorn, but God had another plan. You see, God is at His strongest in us when we are at our weakest. When Paul discovered that God’s power in his life was tied to the thorn that afflicted him, he responded, ‘I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities…For whenever I am weak, then I am strong’ (2 Corinthians 12:10 NRS). In other words, ‘If it’s for my good, bring it on, Lord!’ If you’ve a thorny person in your life from whom you’ve prayed to be delivered and it hasn’t happened, maybe God wants you to experience His grace and power through dealing with that person. But you won’t experience this until you move from pain to praise. The Bible speaks about ‘the sacrifice of praise to God’ (Hebrews 13:15). A sacrifice means that something has to die on somebody’s altar. So if you want to experience God’s grace and power in your life, you must be willing to die to self-interest, ego, and independence. There’s nothing wrong with asking God to remove your thorn. But when your prayer for deliverance turns to praise, you’re on your way to power, because God is giving you grace.

  2. again read our lips….na qai qo sana qai ga……so vodo mai……de ona qai bera……

  3. wailei………… why cannot people just accept the fact that we’re moving on!!!!!! people !!!! helloooooooooo!!!!! just accept it……… otheriwse you’re fighting a loosing battle!!!!!!! sorry……. but thats the truth !!!! moce qi sa la !!!

  4. Walaitavu:

    Listen here boy take your bible bashing to those that needs it most namely that lowlife mongrel that bashed his daughter to death.

    I at least am sick and tired of your types you malignant hypocrite.

  5. RATU SAI GOD will richly bless you. Some day you will ask me again

  6. I nominate Toke Talagi for the post of “Supervisor of Elections.”

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