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My Government is optimistic to build on the progress made todate and I am delighted that our people can witness the transformation our nation is going through. Ladies and Gentlemen, we have set ourselves on a progressive path and have reached a “point of no return”.

When we speak about investors voicing their confidence with dollars, that voice is loud and clear here today in Labasa–– to the tune of 40 Million Dollars.

When it comes to putting together a Budget or running an economy, the moral compass of any Government should be guided by one defining virtue, and that is responsibility. This is a theme at the core of my remarks today; it is how we can distinguish whether politicians are governing for their people, or governing for themselves.

The Minister for Employment, Productivity and Industrial Relations Jone Usamate advises the public that Government has approved the consecutive days from 4 November 2018 until 13 January 2019 inclusive as the daylight saving period.

As a region, we have the opportunity to make the voices of the Pacific heard in safeguarding our peoples, our ocean, and our environment from current threats like climate change. Through Fiji’s presidency of the ongoing United Nations climate change negotiations or COP23, we have the chance to demonstrate our ability to address an issue that has a profound impact on all of us in the Pacific.



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