BIMAN Prasad reminded Parliament that even the Attorney General held a conflicting role as Minister for Elections and General Secretary of Fiji First in the last election of 2014; Fijileaks: The "HAT" is most pimped..."
GRAHAM EVERETT LEUNG: A MAN WITH TOO MANY HATS:
"HERE is trivial pursuit to attempt if you are mentally alert today. Who is the president of the Fiji Law Society? Graham Everett Leung. Correct. Who is judge advocate of the military court martial? Graham Everett Leung. Correct. Who is managing partner in the law firm of Howards? Graham Everett Leung. Correct. Who is the chairman of the Fiji Electoral Commission? Graham Everett Leung. Correct. It would not be out of place if I stated at the outset of this article why I have turned my attention to a specific individual called Graham Everett Leung. The answer is obvious. For not a day passes when one can [not] avoid reading something on him in the newspapers, because of the multiplicity of roles he is currently occupying in the country...It might be better for all and sundry in the country if Graham Everett Leung was allowed to commit hundred per cent of his service in running the Elections Office only, besides managing his successful commercial firm. After all, the Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase also wants him to run the municipal polls. The 2006 general election is the most important in our nation's turbulent history and the chairman of the Electoral Commission, who is qualified and capable, needs no unwanted distraction, especially when rival politicians will be increasingly vocal and strident in their criticisms, and demanding of his time, as they set their sights in winning power...Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase was also the Minister for Elections"