admin

Posts by: admin

Christmas/New Year Message from Fiji Labour Party

Let the festivities of Christmas remind us once more of Christ’s message of love, understanding and compassion so that we can build a truly multicultural nation on a firm foundation of peace, progress and prosperity for all. Within a week…

Labour pays tribute to Anand Babla

The Fiji Labour Party is deeply saddened by the death of its former FLP Member of Parliament and long serving Party activist, Anand Babla of Tavua. Babla, 54, passed away in Chennai, India at 2pm yesterday (Monday Fiji Time) while…

Watch those falling Foreign Reserves!

Fiji’s falling Foreign Reserves, now down to about 3 months of imports, is a matter of major concern, said Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. “This will eventually put a strain on the value of the Fiji dollar and adversely affect our…

Watch those falling Foreign Reserves!

Fiji’s falling Foreign Reserves, now down to about 3 months of imports, is a matter of major concern, said Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. “This will eventually put a strain on the value of the Fiji dollar and adversely affect our…

Sale of Fiji’s Airport and Ports

The Interim Administration must ensure proper transparency in any dealings concerning the sale, or partial sale, of Fiji’s airport and port facilities or any other public asset, says Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. Mr Chaudhry has also questioned the outright sale…

Sale of Fiji’s Airport and Ports

The Interim Administration must ensure proper transparency in any dealings concerning the sale, or partial sale, of Fiji’s airport and port facilities or any other public asset, says Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. Mr Chaudhry has also questioned the outright sale…

Iyer’s piece on Budget 2008: his usual lies

The pre-Budget opinion piece by NFP/FT propagandist Kamal Iyer (FT 21/11/2008) is characterised by his usual contempt for truth and objectivity, spurious arguments and a pathetic lack of proper research and information. An objective analysis of any national Budget requires…

Educating Wadan on the Budget

There is no truth in Wadan Narsey’s claim that money allocated to the Health Ministry for the purchase of medicines was slashed to fund the extra budgetary military expenditure, says Mahendra Chaudhry. The claim (FT 26/11/08) is not only incorrect…

Chaudhry slams NFP on Military Budget

The military’s extra-budgetary expenditure in 2007 was noted and properly regularized by promulgation under the Financial Management Act. “There was no fraud committed as claimed by NFP’s Pramod Rae. Nor was I “sleeping on the job”. Mr Rae might want…

FLP on Budget 2009

Budget 2009 is characterised by a rather large bundle of concessions which may create distortions within the economy and have a negative impact on Government revenue, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry warned. “It will give rise to widening Budget deficits. It…

FLP on Budget 2009

Budget 2009 is characterised by a rather large bundle of concessions which may create distortions within the economy and have a negative impact on Government revenue, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry warned. “It will give rise to widening Budget deficits. It…

FLP on Budget 2009

Budget 2009 is characterised by a rather large bundle of concessions which may create distortions within the economy and have a negative impact on Government revenue, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry warned. “It will give rise to widening Budget deficits. It…

Political Party Leaders Meeting

The Fiji Labour Party’s Management Board met yesterday to consider an invitation from the Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama to a meeting of political party leaders to be convened next Monday. The Board has authorized Party President Jokapeci Koroi…

Consumers must get benefit of lower fuel prices

Benefits from the current substantial decline in fuel prices must be passed on to the consumers, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said. Mr Chaudhry has called on government and all regulatory authorities such as the Commerce Commission, the Land Transport Authority…

Consumers must get benefit of lower fuel prices

Benefits from the current substantial decline in fuel prices must be passed on to the consumers, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said. Mr Chaudhry has called on government and all regulatory authorities such as the Commerce Commission, the Land Transport Authority…

Consumers must get benefit of lower fuel prices

Benefits from the current substantial decline in fuel prices must be passed on to the consumers, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said. Mr Chaudhry has called on government and all regulatory authorities such as the Commerce Commission, the Land Transport Authority…

FLP welcomes Qarase court ruling

The Fiji Labour Party welcomes the court ruling in the Qarase v Bainimarama case. “The decision reaffirms FLP’s stand that elected government’s must adhere to the principles of good governance and be held accountable to the people,” said Labour Leader…

Labour Leader questions integrity of USP academic

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has questioned the integrity and independence of USP academic Biman Prasad for deliberately misleading the nation with distorted figures. Dr. Prasad launched a vicious attack on the policies of Mahendra Chaudhry as Finance Minister, claiming that…

Chaudhry objected to the PR voting system at NCBBF

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry says he had argued against the PR Open Party List system of voting when it came up for discussion at the NCBBF meeting. “Adi Finau ( Fiji Sun 23/9/08) is not being quite honest when she…

Labour had advised against coup

FLP had advised dialogue and mediation to resolve the army/government stand off in 2006 rather than taking unconstitutional means of resolving the crisis. Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said there was no truth to allegations that FLP had complicity in the…

Labour rubbishes allegations of coup involvement

The Fiji Labour Party categorically rejects wild allegations made by Krishna Datt in the week-end that FLP leadership had a hand in the plotting of the 2006 military takeover. “Krishna Datt himself admitted that he had no evidence of any…

Electoral Reforms proposed by the NCBBF

The NCBBF has recommended that Fiji adopt a Proportional Representation arrangement of voting using an open party list as part of its electoral reforms. The Fiji Labour Party is not happy with this recommendation as we believe it is unsuitable…

Labour begins consultations on Peoples Charter

The Fiji Labour Party has begun its consultations on the draft Peoples Charter with discussion meetings held in various parts of the country. Party Leader Mahendra Chaudhry and former Ministers in the interim government, Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi and Tom Ricketts,…

Labour opts out of the Interim Government

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry and his two FLP colleagues have resigned as Cabinet Ministers following a directive from the Party’s National Council in the week-end. Chaudhry, Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi and Tom Ricketts handed in their letters of resignation to Prime…

FLP President’s address to the ADC

Interim Ministers Mr Mahendra Chaudhry, Mr Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi and Mr Tom Ricketts; Party Delegates; Party Officials and Invited Guests – it is an honour as Party President to once again welcome all of you to our Annual Delegates Conference…

Flawed democracy

The year under review has seen the restoration of political stability with the interim government of Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama in effective control of the nation. You will recall that a special National Council meeting of the Fiji Labour Party in…

Labour supports reforms to the electoral system

The Fiji Labour Party has resolved to support the Interim Government’s initiative to adopt a People’s Charter as the best way to move the nation forward. The decision was among six resolutions on important national issues adopted by the Party’s…

Fiji’s economy on the right track: Chaudhry

There are positive indicators that the economy is definitely on the mend in the short span of 15-18 months compared to the highly precarious state it was in when we took over from the Qarase Government, says Mahendra Chaudhry. The…

Fiji’s economy on the right track: Chaudhry

There are positive indicators that the economy is definitely on the mend in the short span of 15-18 months compared to the highly precarious state it was in when we took over from the Qarase Government, says Mahendra Chaudhry. The…

Labour refutes Qarase’s land claims

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has categorically denied claims by Laisenia Qarase that he was opposing the increase in land rent to 10% of the UCV. “Mr Qarase is talking rubbish. It was the People’s Coalition Government that first proposed increasing…

No hike in electricity rates: Chaudhry

There will be no increase in electricity charges on 12 June as granted by the Commerce Commission and widely reported by the media, Mahendra Chaudhry Minister for Energy announced today. “It is Government that makes a final decision on whether…

No hike in electricity rates: Chaudhry

There will be no increase in electricity charges on 12 June as granted by the Commerce Commission and widely reported by the media, Mahendra Chaudhry Minister for Energy announced today. “It is Government that makes a final decision on whether…

Labour refutes Qarase’s land claims

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has categorically denied claims by Laisenia Qarase that he was opposing the increase in land rent to 10% of the UCV. “Mr Qarase is talking rubbish. It was the People’s Coalition Government that first proposed increasing…

No hike in electricity rates: Chaudhry

There will be no increase in electricity charges on 12 June as granted by the Commerce Commission and widely reported by the media, Mahendra Chaudhry Minister for Energy announced today. “It is Government that makes a final decision on whether…

Stop hypocrisy:Koroi tells Qarase

Laisenia Qarase’s continual pontificating about social and economic problems largely created by his own government’s misrule over six years would be amusing if the issues were not so serious, said FLP President Jokapeci Koroi. She was referring to Laisenia Qarase’s…

Labour takes on NFP’s Iyer

Labour has hit back at the usual anti-Labour haranguing by NFP columnist Kamal Iyer in the Fiji Times of 31st May 2008. Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi, FLP’s assistant secretary general, in a letter to the Fiji Times, responded that as usual…

Margaret Wise and Fiji Times credibility

The Fiji Labour Party has crticised The Fiji Times for re-employing a reporter who had brought enormous disrepute to the paper and created national instability with her fabricated, distorted and sensationalized news reporting in 1999/2000. “By re-employing this discredited reporter,…

$1b sugar deal with EU

The Fiji Sugar Corporation Ltd has entered into a long-term agreement on the supply of raw sugar for preferential import into the European Union (EU) market with its traditional buyer, Tate & Lyle. The contract for the supply of up…

FLP remembers trauma and violence of 2000 coup…

Fiji Labour Party remembers with deep sadness the 19 people who lost their lives and the trauma inflicted on members of the People’s Coalition Government held hostage for 56 days at gunpoint, in the 2000 coup. In a statement released…

Finance Minister condemns Fiji TV report

Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry says he is appalled at the mischievous and highly selective reporting by Fiji TV of his ad on food prices. In its main news report aired on Wednesday evening Fiji TV said that in an advertisement…

Finance Minister condemns Fiji TV report

Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry says he is appalled at the mischievous and highly selective reporting by Fiji TV of his ad on food prices. In its main news report aired on Wednesday evening Fiji TV said that in an advertisement…

Media freedom is not absolute, says Chaudhry

Media must be responsible and play by the rules as set out in the Media Code of Ethics, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said in his Media Freedom Day message: Media freedom is a precious commodity which places on all of…

Qarase, Beddoes just hypocrites: Chaudhry

The sudden concern Mick Beddoes and Laisenia Qarase are now trying to show for the poor is sheer hypocrisy, says Mahendra Chaudhry, Minister of Finance, National Planning, Sugar Industry and Public Utilities. “A man who raised VAT twice in his…

Qarase, Beddoes just hypocrites: Chaudhry

The sudden concern Mick Beddoes and Laisenia Qarase are now trying to show for the poor is sheer hypocrisy, says Mahendra Chaudhry, Minister of Finance, National Planning, Sugar Industry and Public Utilities. “A man who raised VAT twice in his…

Government will closely monitor food price situation

Government is closely monitoring the situation regarding rising food prices  and will take action as necessary to minimise hardship to the poor, says Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry. Record oil and food prices are creating crises situations all over the world….

Government will closely monitor food price situation

Government is closely monitoring the situation regarding rising food prices and will take action as necessary to minimise hardship to the poor, says Finance Minister Mahendra Chaudhry. Record oil and food prices are creating crises situations all over the world….

Native land rent to go up to 10% of UCV

Native landowners will now receive rental based at  10% of the Undeveloped Capital Value of the land for current agricultural leases instead of the current 6%, says the Interim Administration. In far-reaching reforms to the current landlord/tenant agreement Government says…

Native land rent to go up to 10% of UCV

Native landowners will now receive rental based at 10% of the Undeveloped Capital Value of the land for current agricultural leases instead of the current 6%, says the Interim Administration. In far-reaching reforms to the current landlord/tenant agreement Government says…

Economy must be rescued urgently: Labour

Urgent measures are needed to rescue the economy to minimise adverse effects of the coup on the nation and its people, says Labour. The Party issued a media statement after its National Council meeting in Ba on Saturday to discuss…

Army on “clean up” campaign

Fiji’s military regime is doggedly continuing with its ‘clean up campaign’ amid threats of a backlash from supporters of the ousted SDL government. Supporters of deposed prime minister Laisenia Qarase have threatened to kill army commander Frank Bainimarama and burn…

In defence of Frank …

The military coup, Fiji’s fourth since 1987, has been widely condemned as a siege on democracy and our democratic institutions. But there is another point of view, as expressed by academic Dr Sukhdev Shah in an article published in the…

Labour wants quick return to democracy

The Fiji Labour Party (FLP) has called for the restoration of democratic rule as soon as possible. FLP leader Mahendra Chaudhry said the party’s Management Board met this morning and discussed the current constitutional crisis and its effect on the…

Fiji Coup

The army has staged a coup in Fiji taking over executive control and declaring a state of emergency. It is the 4th Fiji coup since the first one staged by Col Sitiveni Rabuka in May 1987. Army Commander Frank Bainimarama…

Five Labour dissidents expelled

The Fiji Labour Party’s National Council met in Suva on Tuesday 28 November and voted to expel five dissident members who had challenged the Labour leadership and brought disrepute to the Party. Among those expelled are two Cabinet Ministers, Krishna…

Chaudhry slams govt’s low wage policy

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has urged government to introduce a minimum national wage as the first step to alleviating poverty which now stands at 34.4% of the population. Speaking during parliamentary debate on the Employment Relations Bill, Chaudhry claiming that…

Chaudhry slams govt’s low wage policy

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has urged government to introduce a minimum national wage as the first step to alleviating poverty which now stands at 34.4% of the population. Speaking during parliamentary debate on the Employment Relations Bill, Chaudhry claiming that…

PM must consult on national issues: Labour

The FLP is concerned that two highly contentious Bills the Qoliqoli Bill and the Land Claims Tribunal Bill were tabled in the House of Representatives today without any discussions on them with the Fiji Labour Party. Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry…

You cannot gag me, Chaudhry tells PM

Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase cannot gag me, said Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. The Labour Leader was responding to a statement by the Prime Minister on TV One news last evening cautioning him against making remarks against the government as he…

The truth behind the Vijay Singh saga

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry today made public the truth surrounding the controversy over whether Vijay Singh was promised a Senate seat. At a press conference in Suva, Mr Chaudhry responded to allegations by five dissident senior members of the FLP…

Growers Council ineffective, says Chaudhry

Growers Council chief executive Jaganath Sami should stop trying to play politics and do something to help resolve the crisis at Sorokoba, NFU general secretary Mahendra Chaudhry said. Landowners have blocked rail access to Sorokoba following the Fiji Sugar Corporation’s…

Government Finances critical, says Labour..

Government finances are in such a critical state that it has no funds to meet the $9 million civil service COLA payment due next month, Labour Parliamentary Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said. Government memos have gone to all Ministries and departments…

Disciplinary action against dissident FLP group

Five members of the FLP management board, who have breached disciplinary rules of the Party, have been sent letters specifying charges against them. Those facing disciplinary action are Poseci Bune, Krishna Datt, Felix Anthony, Atu Emberson-Bain and Agni Deo Singh….

Commission of inquiry into terrorist activities of 2000

Labour Parliamentary Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has welcomed the call by Police Commissioner Andrew Hughes for a commission of inquiry into the terrorist takeover of parliament in May 2000. The Fiji Labour Party has repeatedly called on government to institute a…

Downsizing the Civil Service

The Fiji Labour Party says government must reduce the size of Cabinet before attempting to downsize the civil service. “There is absolutely no justification for 36 ministers in a House of 71. It is nothing short of buying political loyalty…

Lekh Ram in the spotlight

Labour Minister Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi grabbed the media spotlight last week with his call for government to remove racially discriminatory policies and scrap all controversial Bills. He also called for the enactment of a Code of Conduct for all holders…

Labour Leader backs Vayeshnoi

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry described the entire episode of Vayeshnoi’s comments as a healthy sign of democracy at work. “I believe Mr. Vayeshnoi was just practising his democratic right of expression. I respect him for the position he has taken,”…

Guidelines a must for multi-party govt: Chaudhry

The multi Party government will have to observe certain guidelines on good governance, said Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. Speaking on Friday in reply to the President’s address to Parliament, Chaudhry welcomed the Prime Minister’s invitation to Labour to join his…

Appointment of Leader of the Opposition

Leader of the United People’s Party Mick Beddoes has been appointed Leader of the Opposition. Mr Beddoes’ Party has only two parliamentary seats along with Bernadette Rounds, Member for the Suva General Communal. The Fiji Labour Party with 31 seats…

Army warns new government

Even before he was sworn in as prime minister, Laisenia Qarase and the military were at each other’s throats again with an angry army chief threatening martial law if the SDL continued to pick a quarrel with him. The Commander’s…

Labour Nine sworn into multi-party Cabinet

Nine Fiji Labour Party MPs were sworn in today as Cabinet Ministers in a power sharing arrangement mandated by Section 99 of the Fiji Constitution. The move for the FLP to join the government has been hailed by people all…

2006 general elections a close race

The 2006 general elections was closely fought between the two mainstream parties with SDL getting a slight edge with 36 seats with Labour getting 33 with its coalition partner the UPP. Two seats went to Independents – the Rotuma communal…

2006 general elections a close race

The 2006 general elections was closely fought between the two mainstream parties with SDL getting a slight edge with 36 seats with Labour getting 33 with its coalition partner the UPP. Two seats went to Independents – the Rotuma communal…

Labour takes up offer of cabinet positions

The Labour Parliamentary caucus has accepted the Prime Minister’s invitation to join his cabinet under with the power sharing provisions of the Constitution. Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry met with PM Laisenia Qarase this afternoon to discuss his offer of 7…

The 2006 general elections were rigged

The Fiji Labour Party is extremely concerned with the manner in which the 2006 general elections were conducted. There was clear evidence of electoral rigging of the polls, and before that, to disenfranchise voters through the registration process. A number…

The 2006 general elections were rigged

The Fiji Labour Party is extremely concerned with the manner in which the 2006 general elections were conducted. There was clear evidence of electoral rigging of the polls, and before that, to disenfranchise voters through the registration process. A number…

Illegal polling at Nadera

Labour candidate for the Laucala Open, Vijay Krishna, is seeking to have polling at the Reba Circle in Nadera today declared null and void because it was illegally conducted. The polling at Rishikul Nadera Primary School at Reba Circle was…

Supervisor of Elections must resign or be dismissed

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has called on the Constitutional Offices Commission to dismiss the Supervisor of Elections Mr Semesa Karavaki for gross incompetence and inefficiency. Mr Chaudhry has also accused Mr. Karavaki of lying to, and misleading the nation, to…

Polling official interferes with voting

A polling official at the Makoi Methodist Primary School on Wednesday 10 May checked a ballot paper after it had been voted with and before it was cast. He realised the voter had voted wrongly. The voter had ticked above…

Worries over transporting of Ballot Boxes

Labour is alarmed that ballot boxes from polling stations in the various constituencies throughout Fiji are not transported to the respective Count Centres soon after polling closes and the boxes are sealed. In a letter to the Supervisor of Elections,…

Missing names on Voter Rolls

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has expressed concern that hundreds of voters arrive at polling booths with registration slips but their names are not on voter rolls. In a letter to the Supervisor of Elections, Chaudhry said arrangements should be made…

Illegal Voting in Namosi

A Labour candidate is crying foul over illegal voting that took place at her chiefly village of Veivatuloa in Namosi on Saturday May 6. Koleta Sivivatu says she was shocked to find voting going on her village on Saturday since…

Serious Concerns with the 2006 polling

The Fiji Labour Party is very disturbed at the way the 2006 general elections are being conducted. The whole process casts serious doubts on the credibility and integrity of the general election, as well as the competence of the Supervisor…

Printing of Excessive Ballot Papers

Labour queries explanations by the Supervisor of Elections regarding the printing of ballot papers much in excess of requirement for a number of constituencies, including the Ba Open Constituency. (Details attached) In a media statement, Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said…

Utter shambles to start of polls

Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has expressed disgust at the complete shambles experienced at polling stations throughout the country at the start of polls because ballot papers were not available. “Hundreds of voters were either turned away or had to wait…

EGM’s shocking decision to close Vatukoula mines

Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has expressed shock at the decision of Emperor Mines Ltd to close its Vatukoula operations for six months. “I am even more shocked that the government should have withheld this kind of information from the people…

Labour releases final names of candidates

The Fiji Labour Party is fielding a slate of 60 candidates in the May general elections.The final list of names were released on the eve of nominations this week. The list is as follows: Fijian Communal Constituencies 1 -Kadavu Fijian…

EGM’s shocking decision to close Vatukoula mines

Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has expressed shock at the decision of Emperor Mines Ltd to close its Vatukoula operations for six months. “I am even more shocked that the government should have withheld this kind of information from the people…

Labour launches 2006 election manifesto

Labour launched its 2006 election manifesto in Nadi today releasing a package of dynamic policies to rebuild the economy, create jobs and care for the poor. Launching the Party manifesto, Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said leadership would be one of the…

Main voter roll unreliable- hundreds of names missing

Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry says the main voter registration roll is completely unreliable with hundreds of names still missing. “In many cases names that appeared on the provisional rolls are not on the main roll. In other cases names have…

Chaudhry highlights grievances of mineworkers

Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said Vatukoula mine workers had long standing grievances regarding pay, safety working and housing conditions, environmental concerns that should to be addressed. Speaking at the annual meeting of the Fiji Mineworkers Union yesterday Chaudhry said safety…

Is devaluation the panacea for an ailing economy?

Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry warned that Fiji may be forced to take strong monetary measures soon in view of the critical state of the economy. “The UNESCAP report released yesterday supported our concerns that the economy was in a critical…

Economy not doing well: UNESCAP

A report by a UN agency shows Fiji’s economy is not doing well, sustained only by external factors – tourism and overseas remittances. Tourism and overseas remittances were bolstering the economy in the face of the sharp decline of key…

Economy not doing well: UNESCAP

A report by a UN agency shows Fiji’s economy is not doing well, sustained only by external factors – tourism and overseas remittances. Tourism and overseas remittances were bolstering the economy in the face of the sharp decline of key…

FLP names first lot of candidates

The Fiji Labour Party has released its slate of first 25 candidates for the 2006 elections headed by Party Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. The FLP Management Board met last night and approved the nominations of 25 candidates to contest the 2006…

Tourism flourished under the Labour government

Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said Tourism was one of the fastest growing sectors under his government in 1999/2000, rubbishing allegations by the Prime Minister that he had stifled it by cutting off funds. “It was one of the most dynamic…

National Economy near collapse: Labour

Fiji’s financial situation is so critical that the economy is on the verge of collapse, Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has warned. High consumer spending measured against sharply falling revenue from exports has led to a critical balance of payments situation,…

SDL govt. hands out brush cutters to buy votes

Government is handing out brush cutters to buy votes for the SDL Party, Lekh Ram Vayeshnoi, spokesman for the Fiji Labour Party has charged. Scores of brush cutters are sitting in the office of the Minister for Social Welfare Asenaca…

National Economy near collapse: Labour

Fiji’s financial situation is so critical that the economy is on the verge of collapse, Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry has warned. High consumer spending measured against sharply falling revenue from exports has led to a critical balance of payments situation,…

Labour takes Supervisor of Elections to court

Labour Party’s case against the Supervisor of Election’s failure to comply with the Electoral Act with regard to the 2006 general elections, will be heard on Tuesday 28 March. The case comes up for mention before Justice Roger Coventry on…

SDL government must go: Chaudhry

The SDL government has failed the people and must be removed from office, Opposition Leader Mahendra Chaudhry said at a Saturday meeting of General Electors. Speaking as chief guest at the annual meeting of the United People’s Party, Chaudhry said…