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Fiji Opposition leader Rabuka lodges complaint against PM Bainimarama
03:43 am GMT+12, 13/11/2020, Fiji

Fiji's Opposition leader Sitiveni Rabuka today lodged a complaint at Totogo Police Station against the Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.
 
He said the complaint was in relation to the utterances Bainimarama made against him during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the 2000 mutiny at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks.
 
“They should investigate the possibility of the statement amounting to inciting unrest, animosity or distrust between groups of people in our society,” he said.
 
During the event, Bainimarama described Rabuka as a snake and that the Social Democratic Party was better without Rabuka.
 
He made the comments when he was addressing military officers

Meanwhile, the investigation file on the Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum’s alleged links to a 1987 bombing incident has been returned to the Police.

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Christopher Pryde confirmed this in a statement today.

In the statement Pryde confirmed that the police file containing allegations against the Attorney-General has been returned to the police today, November 13, 2020 for further investigation.

The investigation came in the wake of a complaint that was lodged with Totogo Police Station in July this year.

SOURCE: FIJI TIMES/PACNEWS


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