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.........................................WELCOME......................................... The Central Malaita Students Association (CMSA) is a multi-dialect and cultural Student Group Consisting of students from Kwara’ae, Langalanga, Kwai and Ngongosila, Malaita Outer Islands, Kwaio and Fataleka. Our vision and objective is to protect the norms and cultural values of our members while at the same time we enhance our academic knowledge and skills towards the promotion of development and the improvement of living standards in our respective regions. .............................................DISCLAIMER............................... The site welcomes any contribution by way of information, comments, news articles, photos etc from its members and interested members of the public to ensure we are well informed of all the developments in our villages, constituencies, regions, islands, country, region and the world at large as well. However, any transmission of information, news and comments is intended only for the use of the members of the Association. Any use or dissemination of information provided in this site in other websites or medium of information is not the responsibility of the Association, and the Association cannot be held liable for it. The contents of this webpage, unless expressly stated, do not comprise the views of the Association or any representation by the Association, but are views of its individual members. .
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Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Soldiers raid SDL office
FijiLive, Wednesday December 06, 2006

A Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua party caucus meeting scheduled for today was interrupted as soldiers stormed in, demanding a search of the premises.

Members were just about to start with a normal prayer meeting at around lunch time when four army personnel suddenly turned up and closed the gates. A bowl of grog had already been mixed but members had to consume it on the roadside after soldiers vacated the premises to look for documents.

The party was supposed to discuss what avenues to take in light of the announcement by army commander Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama that they had taken over the executive authority of the country.

Last night Bainimarama told the nation in a televised address that Laisenia Qarase had been dismissed as Prime Minister. Cabinet ministers have been given a month to pack up and vacate their Government quarters.

The meeting has been postponed indefinitely.
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