From the Editor-in-Chief’s desk: Your July 6 briefing



The big one on the front page of The Fiji Times’ edition for Wednesday, July 6 is on politics.


  • PRIME Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Fiji has lived without the Great Council of Chiefs for the past 15 years “and we are doing well”.
  • FIJIANS being sent overseas to work under the Pacific Labour Scheme need to be better screened and counseled because they could be exposed to hard drugs, says Police Commissioner Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho


  • THE Fiji Public Service Association (FPSA) wants a across the board salary increase for all civil servants in the 2022-2023 national budget that will be announced on July 15.
  • PEOPLES Alliance Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka says he is in talks with the Fiji Labour Party and hopes his discussion does not jeopardise his relationship with the National Federation Party.
  • THE Fiji Teachers Union has filed a dispute in the Arbitration Court after the refusal by Government to give a 10 per cent pay-rise for teachers.


  1. THE hearing of the Fiji Labour Party and Unity Fiji Party’s civil action against the Constitutional Offices Commission (COC) and the Attorney-General has been fixed for July 14.


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