Fiji’s first coup leader and a former elected prime minister, Sitiveni Rabuka,
talks to The Nation on NZ’s TV3. Video: Frontpage
Report – The PMC news desk and The Nation
The leader of Fiji’s first two coups and a former elected prime minister who ushered in the 1997 constitution, Major-General Sitiveni Rabuka, admits he still has political ambitions.
He also believes Australian and New Zealand sanctions imposed on Fiji are “punishing the innocent”.
Rabuka, who led both coups in Fiji in 1987 and was prime minister from 1992-1999, said in an exclusive interview on TV3′s The Nation this weekend that he had not ruled out contesting next year’s post-coup elections. Read more »