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.
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About Us

Welcome to the official website of the People's Democratic Party (PDP). PDP is the only multiracial political party in Fiji today! We offer Real Change.

Mission

Party Vision & Mission

1 .The PDP believes in the application of democratic socialist principles in order to foster Fiji’s social economic and political development.

2. The Party is committed to constitutional government, parliamentary democracy and the rule of law. Its mission is to build strong democratic institutions and values founded on respect for a full range of social, economic, civil and political human rights, including worker rights, within a broader policy framework of sustainable development.

3. The Party pledges to unite the people of Fiji and to heal the wounds of the past through a process of reconciliation and peace. It is committed to multiculturalism and to creating a society where diverse communities live in harmony and with compassion, understanding and dignity, cherishing freedom, democracy and social justice.

Guiding Principles and Values

1. The PDP believes in the dignity, freedom and equality of all individuals founded on the core values of human rights (including the rights of workers, women, youth and other marginalised groups), non-discrimination, and social and economic justice. 

2. The Party is committed to democracy, the rule of law and good governance. It believes in an elected government that is incorruptible, transparent, inclusive and accountable to all its citizens. The Party pledges to serve the people with integrity, diligence, efficiency and fairness. 

3. The PDP is committed to a development model that will eradicate poverty and exploitation, reduce economic and social inequalities, improve food and energy security, and guarantee sustainable livelihoods.

Party Objectives 

1. The Party will endeavour to advance its vision and mission at every level of decision-making. 

2. The Party will encourage internal debate and discussion in an attempt to develop policies acceptable to the widest possible membership of the Party. 

3. Party polices will be adopted at its Annual/Special Conferences, and regular reviews of all strategies, policies and programmes will be undertaken to ensure that they meet changing circumstances. 

4. The PDP will nominate and support electoral candidates who demonstrate competence and integrity, and who are committed to promoting Party policies in government and in Parliament. 

5. From time to time the Party shall campaign on specific issues to promote its vision and values.

6. In pursuance of its guiding principles, the PDP may enter into partnership with other political parties, organisations and NGOs, whose missions and principles are compatible with those of the Party. The Management Board will approve all applications for Party membership.

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PARTY VISION 

The PDP pledges to return Fiji to constitutional government and parliamentary democracy. It will build strong democratic institutions and values founded on respect for all human rights within a policy framework of sustainable development. The Party undertakes to unite the people of Fiji and to heal the wounds of the past through a process of reconciliation and peace-building. It is committed to multiculturalism and living in harmony; with compassion, understanding and dignity; and cherishing freedom, democracy and social justice.

Within this larger vision for Fiji, the PDP is determined to systematically deal with the many political, economic and social challenges facing the country. The Party is particularly mindful of the need for enhanced investor confidence, sustainable development of our natural resources, the creation of meaningful employment opportunities, and the adoption of clear policies to revive the economy, strengthen the informal sector, encourage small businesses, and reduce poverty by meeting basic needs such as water, food security, housing, health and education. 

The Party believes that this vision can only be achieved within a framework of democracy, good governance and the rule of law: government must be elected, incorruptible, transparent, inclusive and accountable to all its citizens. Its paramount duty is to serve the people with integrity, diligence and fairness.

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