FJ NEWS | Eighteen FijiFirst MPs are scheduled to meet today


FijiFirst parliamentarians, led by Opposition Leader Inia Seruiratu, are set to convene this afternoon to determine their course of action following the resignation of all FijiFirst party office bearers.

Former foundation member Aiaz Sayed-Khaiyum emphasizes the pivotal role of the Registrar of Political Parties and the MPs in the current situation. FijiFirst MPs Faiyaz Koya, Premila Kumar, Parveen Bala, Hem Chand, Ketan Lal, Rinesh Sharma, Viam Pillay, and Joseph Nand are not among the 18 parliamentarians, and their reasons for their exclusion are yet to be revealed.

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FijiFirst MP Mosese Bulitavu believes that party MP Faiyaz Koya should resign as an MP, given his role in the unlawful directive to the FijiFirst Caucus and his involvement in the invalid termination letter signed by former Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama. Bulitavu also claims that Koya will be responsible for FijiFirst’s demise as the party’s registered officer who couldn’t rectify the breaches the Registrar of Political Parties had given notice of.

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