Public Holidays In Fiji Books LLC

ISBN: 9781158461905

Published: June 22nd 2010

Paperback

32 pages


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Public Holidays In Fiji  by  Books LLC

Public Holidays In Fiji by Books LLC
June 22nd 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 32 pages | ISBN: 9781158461905 | 9.59 Mb

Chapters: Fiji Week, 2005, Fiji Week, 2004, Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Day, List of Festivals in Fiji, Taro Day, Rotuma Day. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishersMoreChapters: Fiji Week, 2005, Fiji Week, 2004, Ratu Sir Lala Sukuna Day, List of Festivals in Fiji, Taro Day, Rotuma Day.

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 30. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Fiji Week celebrations commenced on 7 October 2005, and culminated with Fiji Day on 10 October, the 35th anniversary of Fijis independence from British colonial rule.

The official program focused on forgiveness and unity. It culminated with a day of prayer and fasting on Fiji Day. Schools, towns, and villages featured religious and cultural programs, with major celebrations Suva, Lautoka, and Labasa. The festivities were organized by the Ministry of National Reconciliation and Unity, with the assistance of the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration. Official ceremonies began with singing by a 500-member choir, accompanied by a military band. This was followed by an opening address by Vice-President Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi and speeches by Nadogo Paramount Chief Ratu Viliame Rovabokola, and Military Forces Chief of Staff Colonel Meli Saubulinayau.

The launch was also attended by Finance Minister Ratu Jone Kubuabola in his capacity as Acting Prime Minister, standing in for Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase who was making an official visit to India and was therefore unable to attend the ceremony. I make them look gud In his opening address, Vice-President Madraiwiwi called on the nation to face up to the question of its identity.

This was necessary to foster true reconciliation and unity, he said. Issues like the flag and the national language needed to be considered, too, and should not be shied away from for fear of causing offence. Should we retain our national flag that conveys historical continuity from the days of the Cakobau government to the period of British Colonial rule, or is it time for a...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=263359



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