Fijian Prime Minister Rear Admiral Voreqe Bainimarama has extended a hand of friendship to all his political opponents, calling on them to put aside their differences and work constructively to improve the lives of every Fijian when the new
Parliament convenes on 06th October.
This was his message while addressing world leaders at the 69th session of the UN General Assembly in New York Saturday.
Bainimarama said Fiji was enjoying the most sustained period of economic growth in its history.
The PM said Fiji has had a long and traumatic journey in the 44 years since independence with four coups, a rebellion, four constitutions and 56 days of shame in 2000 when members of Parliament were held hostage.
Bainimarama told world leaders, he has delivered his promise of holding a credible election.
He said the convening of Parliament was the first step of removing restrictive decrees.