Not solely will justice be executed, however will probably be seen to be executed. PRIME Minister Sitiveni Rabuka assured Fijians of this promise throughout his inaugural nationwide tackle on Thursday.
He was commenting on the lifting of the journey ban on Dr Padma Lal and Professor Pal Ahluwalia.
“You’ll have learn or heard that certainly one of my first actions in workplace was to make it doable for Dr Padma Lal to carry residence from Australia the ashes of her distinguished late husband, Professor Brij Lal, Fiji’s most well-known historian,” Mr Rabuka stated.
“So now, not solely will justice be executed, however will probably be seen to be executed.
“The burden of oppression is lifted from Professor Lal’s household.
“The individuals and soil of Tabia await the stays of their well-known son.”
He stated he had additionally cleared the best way for the return of the exiled USP vice-chancellor Professor Pal Ahluwalia.
“When Prof Ahluwalia returns from his exile in Samoa, the college’s chief will likely be the place he rightfully belongs in directing the affairs of the USP on the Laucala Campus.
“I’ve spoken with the Minister of Finance, honourable Professor Biman Prasad, about sourcing the funds to settle our overdue cost to the USP.
“We’ll maintain you up to date on this necessary matter.”