"Dear Fijileaks Editor: Well the Fiji Sun misses me. I wrote to Government in early June even before I got back from Geneva for dates for us to meet. The response I got was that Government would let me know. Am still waiting and there is no word from Government. I am not going to be running after them for a meeting. If you go into our FTUC website I have issued a statement last Friday, which Fiji Sun has not published, stating the FTUC position. Yet they say I am being quiet. Insofar as the report to the ILO goes, Government prepared a report which was factually incorrect and had omissions. I refused to sign the report until amendments were made. Government refused and decided it would submit the report on its own with Employers signing on. I was left with no option but to submit a separate report. Government underestimated its decision to submit its own report and Fiji Sun is now blaming me for a separate report. It was Government's decision to submit its own report despite an agreement to submit a joint report. You will note that the FTUC position is very clear on the issue: http://ftuc.org/".
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