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Fiji First’s failed economic policies

An economic recovery needs to address the failures in the Fijian economy which were evident well before the pandemic. It would be centred around a restructuring of the economy to make it more resilient to global shocks like COVID and…

Origins of Fiji Labour Party: Putting the facts right

Krishna Datt’s claim that the Fiji Teachers Union had ‘formed and launched’ the Fiji Labour Party as reported by Fiji Village (6/4) is not only misinformation, it is a gross distortion of historical facts, says Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry. The…

Justice for the workers: reimburse FNPF withdrawals

Labour strongly believes that  FNPF members compelled to withdraw moneys from their pension savings to survive the Covid crisis, must have these monies credited back to their accounts. We said so for the first time by way of a resolution…

Fighting together to win

In this paper former Prime Minister and Labour Leader Mahendra Chaudhry argues the need for Fiji’s badly splintered opposition to fight the 2022 general elections as a united front to salvage the nation from the mess its current leaders have…

Putting the record straight

Former Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry corrects some mis-conceptions  regarding his term as prime minister in 1999/2000 in an opinion piece by  academic Prof Wadan Narsey published in the Fiji Times Saturday 6 November 2021.  Mahendra Chaudhry’s reply to Prof Narsey…