The Gaunavinaka Report was presented to the party president, the Tui Cakau, and he directed that a disciplinary committee be set up to look into it and recommend action to be taken, than back to the Management Board for approval; this procedure is in party's Constitution
“Personal articles, opinions, statements made by Party members are the prerogative of party members however; they shall not in any way contradict the Party’s policies and stated positions, or cast disrepute to the Party.
“Grievances by any Party members will need to follow the due process as outlined in the Party constitution and shall be made formally to the General Secretary in accordance with relevant section of the Party Constitution
“Any member found in breach of the above guidelines will be subject to the disciplinary procedures of the Party.”
HIGH CHIEF RATU EPELI GANILAU OPPOSITION NOMINEE FOR PRESIDENT
An analysis by VICTOR LAL
In 1999, Ratu Epeli Ganilau, exercising his prerogative as outgoing RFMF commander, appointed Frank Bainimarama, a naval captain, as his successor. But will the notorious "Liu Muri" BACKSTAB Ganilau? Will he kow-tow to his master puppeteer Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum who was behind Ganilau's unceremonious departure from the Interim Government? Will Khaiyum give MPs the right to vote in choosing the next President irrespective of the party they belong to in Parliament?