Treasury – fact or fiction

January 14, 2008 at 9:49 am 5 comments

The latest release by Aziz saying the RFMF serving overseas didn’t get paid just left me in stitches.

Either they have no money (which is pretty evident given all the cuts going around) or they just can’t deal with a simple financial transaction. Surely paying soldiers which happens so often can’t be that bloody hard. No matter what the case is, incompetence is the name of the game.

I am really curious to know how much reserves the Fijian treasury has at this moment. For some reason, I just don’t believe Chaudhry and his budget. Because there is so little accountability, the figures given could just be bluffs and money could be flowing elsewhere. Which I think is the real truth.

Although I know one thing is for sure. The amount spent the RFMF and interim government on their vendettas against the assassination (yeah right) plotters, political opponents, civil suits and the like must be just racking up the bills. Considering they have got the likes of Christopher Pryde who must be charging a fortune for his services. And Gerard McCoy and the rest in tow.

Didn’t Khaiyum mention something about the interim government setting aside $1 million dollars for litigation and cases against it? I think when this is over you might find that the government legal bill will stretch into the tens of millions.

Bet your bottom dollar on it (literally)!

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Natewa’s question Dob in to receive

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  • 1. natewaprince  |  January 14, 2008 at 7:12 pm

    What is happening is Chodo doing a juggling act.He doesn’t know who to pay first with the limited cash in the national kitty.

    He will delay payments as long as possible hoping that his cash flow problem will be eased by a miracle,hense his attack on Fiji Water.

  • 2. natewaprince  |  January 14, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    And if the illegal regime has to hire a local lawyer to fight its cases,what does it say about Ai Arshole and his capabilities.

    Or maybe the pigs don’t trust the state lawyers to give them unbiased legal services knowing that millions of dollars in lawsuits are hanging over their heads.

  • 3. Maqa a Leqa  |  January 14, 2008 at 8:09 pm

    The interim Govt budget stipulates that all Govt Dept must perform their functions within their Chodo budget with th exception of the military who can spend unlimited funds. The military budget is only there for show.

    With the current brain power in the military there is just no way they would be able to work within their budget. Especially with wannabe lawyers like Aziz making absurd statements like the reduction in profit level of Air Pacific cannot be attributed to the military coup.

    This is the understatement of this century!

  • 4. Fiji Democracy Now  |  January 15, 2008 at 5:01 am

    TWF

    You have it in one. Who can believe Chaudhry’s budget figures. All the indications are that the Government is broke but won’t admit it. Revenue collection is right down thanks to the damage done to the economy by the coup and the economic policies of Chodo. Without
    proper accountability he can do what he likes. Just when FIRCA should be watching his overseas accounts, they have him in charge telling them to harass other people, like Fiji Water.

  • 5. hiroshima  |  January 15, 2008 at 9:33 am

    they began to dance on they own music of kuhchinai ,they think running a government
    is like kids playing some santa claus toys, they will become alaughing stock in 6 months time I belive.

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