PDP 2015 warned: When the doctor to prescribe medication in a "verbal" or limited improvised recordings, most patients do not feel a dirty trick. But it is, and considerable. Recipe - a protection. If the doctor incorrectly prescribe medications that led, for example, to the development of side effects or deterioration, the patient can seek satisfaction for the higher authorities. Recipe - a guarantee. Medicine issued on prescription form. But the doctor completely (not compact) indicates international name, dosage, and briefly describes the application of the scheme. Recipe - it is confidence. And if the vast majority of Canadian pharmacy mail order drugs can be bought without a prescription, it does not mean that the prescription is not needed. Any pharmacist may at any time refuse to sell antibiotics without a prescription and will be absolutely right. Therefore, the official form - it is a certainty that the remedy will be bought.
The People’s Democratic Party’s slogan has been ‘REAL CHANGE’ since its formation.

The People’s Democratic Party’s slogan has been ‘REAL CHANGE’ since its formation.

We are the change candidates in the 2014 elections.

The People’s Democratic Party’s slogan has been ‘REAL CHANGE’ since its formation. We are the change candidates in the 2014 elections.

This current regime have been in self-imposed government for seven plus years and we have seen what they are capable of when it comes to handling affairs of the state and governing of Fiji.

Many people we meet during our fieldwork express how tired and beyond frustration they are at the incompetence and failures of the regime’s handling of day to day issues. In normal times under a democratic system of government, the government of the day would operate under strict rules and procedures and be answerable to an elected parliament. However the current regime is not answerable to any institution or body or parliament since their entire existence has been self-imposed and self appointed.

We the citizens of Fiji have had a chance to watch the regime’s ability to govern Fiji and its people for seven years. Any government would be able to show its abilities and strengths over seven years. However what we have witnessed during the past seven years is a regime which is incompetent and their entire seven years of government has been riddled with failures, corruption scandals, lack of transparency and integrity.

If a government cannot show what it can do for the people in seven years of governance, then exactly when will they be able to show what they are capable of doing for Fiji and its people? Now the regime is forming its own political party and asking Fijians to return them to govern Fiji for the next four years. The truth is that should this regime return to power, the only thing we will witness would be the continued failures, corruption scandals, lack of transparency and integrity.

Seven years of all these negatives is enough for Fiji and its citizens. This regime is surely not the change candidates nor can they campaign for change. If they do so it will be laughable since it will mean that they are campaigning to change their very own failures!

For the People’s Democratic Party, real change would in effect mean changing things for the better. It is the little things that matter, the little things that have an impact in the lives of all Fijians.

What use is a new road when the people living alongside this road continue to be squatters? What use is a new road when the children walking daily still do not have shoes on their feet? What use is it for ordinary citizens when they have to wait for over 12 hours to be seen by a doctor? What use is a medical service when certain basic medicines are out of service and not in stock? What good is it to residents to have taps but only four hours of running water daily and at times being without water for three to six days? What good is it to our people when food prices continue to rise and life becomes more difficult?

The little things matter most and the People’s Democratic Party proposes to deal with these issues that matter most in our daily lives. There is no point in having all these grand plans and schemes when it does not have any impact on the daily lives of our people.

Real change is the best way forward and the only way forward for the people of Fiji. Real change is about making the right changes that will have a positive impact in the lives of our citizens.

Real change is about listening to our people and putting into place policies and procedures which benefit our people, the young and the old, the not so young and the not so old, people of all ethnicities, youth, women and minorities.

For us in the party, the little things will have the biggest impact on the lives of our people. PDP was the first political party to come out and declare our slogan – REAL CHANGE.

We are the change candidates in the 2014 elections and the People’s Democratic Party offers and promises REAL CHANGE!

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