Pol­i­tics to­day!

Fiji Sun - - Comment -

Her­leen Emily Kumar

Nadi

With many peo­ple rais­ing their con­cerns on the ap­point­ment of newly ap­pointed SODELPA leader Si­tiveni Rabuka, I think things can­not be eas­ily for­got­ten. With his ap­point­ment I be­lieve 1987 has come to life, how­ever, I would rather give him a break and wit­ness whether he can make it big in the 2018 elec­tions. To­day, many young Fi­jians here in Fiji are fol­low­ing pol­i­tics and I think this is a great time and plat­form to an­a­lyse pol­i­tics in Fiji. There may be a lot of in­flu­ence com­ing in from many po­lit­i­cal par­ties, but at the end of the day a good po­lit­i­cal anal­y­sis would know which party is best to vote for in 2018. With the cur­rent is­sues that are hap­pen­ing in be­tween party mem­bers of NFP and SODELPA, I think these po­lit­i­cal par­ties should solve their own dif­fer­ences and not make their ar­gu­ment pub­lic be­cause this in re­turn re­flects the party and they tend to lose many sup­port­ers.

Well all in all, wish­ing Rabuka the very best with his ap­point­ment to SODELPA.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Fiji

© PressReader. All rights reserved.