I’m an Adult: Rajendra Chaudhry Publish date/time: 27/05/2008 [12:19] Fijivillage
Suva Lawyer, Rajendra Chaudhry said he does not need to speak to his family before making public statements as he is an adult and he has his rights under the Constitution to express his opinions. Can Mr. Chaudhry, please, remind his father, who is part of this illegal regime that the same Constitutional rights he is now embracing to express his opinions, is the same rights we, who have been trampled on since December 5, 2006, have been "fighting peacefully" to retain back from them?
Chaudhry while commenting on Interim Prime Minister, Commodore Frank Bainimarama's call this morning for Chaudhry to discuss the issues first with his family Chaudhry said that he is a taxpayer and quite capable of making statements before discussing it with his family. Hmmm...cracks appearing in the "cement-filled interim regime family?"
Chaudhry is now saying it is inappropriate for Commodore Bainimarama to comment on FICAC and protect the Interim Attorney General. And to think that his father roots for this Commodore and the Illegal IAG.
After calls by Chaudhry to scrap FICAC, Interim Prime Minister Commodore Frank Bainimarama said earlier today he was concerned at Chaudhry's criticism of FICAC. Is Illegal IPM's concerned because of the son or the father? Cracks are appearing indeed...
While, speaking in Fijian, Bainimarama said it is better for Rajendra Chaudhry to discuss the issues first with his family. Why, Mr. Bainimarama? What has Mr. Chaudhry's family got to do with FICAC? Maybe because Chaudhry senior is in your camp and your camp established this FICAC, which now has been rubbished by your right-hand man's son. Isn't it heart-breaking when the "one you feed bites your hand?"
Where in the world is Frank Bainimarama?
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