A-G ‘missed the point’

The People's Alliance deputy leader Lynda Tabuya and Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. Picture: FIJI TIMES ONLINE

The Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum has no answer for the fact that Energy Fiji Ltd service was still sub-standard and 16 long years of his government’s rule has not improved it, claims The People’s Alliance deputy leader Lynda Tabuya.

She was responding to Mr Sayed-Khaiyum’s statement in reference to the difference of opinion shown by The People’s Alliance party leader Sitiveni Rabuka and Ms Tabuya regarding the recent pay increment for Energy Fiji Ltd (EFL) staff below the management level during a news conference in Suva last week.

“The A-G has missed the point,” Ms Tabuya said.

“No use celebrating $100 million in profits at a time when our people are struggling to afford milk and butter when you can’t even get the basics like electricity and water right.

“We aren’t going to fall for your tricks, FijiFirst.” She said their party had fresh ideas and a game plan.

“Why don’t you publish your manifesto.

“Where are your fresh ideas and game plan because all we are seeing was more of the giveaways.”

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