The new Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) Leaders Summit which ended in Honiara this week, had included civil society organisations as decision makers in regional matters, said the PIANGO chairman Drew Havea, of Tonga.
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Results for Bainimarama
Thursday 14 July 2016
Honiara, Solomon Islands
Thursday 5 February 2015
Fiji will officially change its national flag on October 10 this year. Fiji’s Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama in announcing the move on Monday February 3 stated that the new flag should “reflect Fiji’s position in the world today as a modern and truly independent nation state.”
Monday 27 October 2014
Fiji’s six-year suspension from the Pacific Islands Forum has finally ended, its suspension lifted by the Forum last Wednesday 22 October. However, whether or not Fiji’s government chooses to return to the Pacific Island’s Forum is another matter.
Sunday 21 September 2014
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Bainimarama is still a Dictator. He came to power in a coup de dat'. People's lives were lost in the coup de dat' that Bainimarama led, and Fiji is still labeled a "human rights" violator by the UN. – Sione A. Mokofisi.
Thursday 18 September 2014
Bainimarama has steam rolled one and all to an emphatic victory and a win, which may go down in history not to be beaten for another century; further putting closure and totally eclipsing any notion and thoughts of him as a dictator, military ruler or an unelected coup leader. - Dr Sushil K Sharma.
Sunday 11 March 2012
Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, the self-appointed Prime Minister of the Republic of Fiji, will officially opened the Pacific Islands News Association PINA's 2012 Pacific Media Summit on Tuesday, March 27 at the Lagoon Resort, Pacific Harbour, Fiji.
Sunday 6 September 2009
The question is not whether Fiji's dictator Frank Bainimarama will fail or not, but rather when? Yes, when will he realise that he will never succeed in his false and conceited quest for a reformed Fiji?