95bFM: Manning & Paul Deady - Spotlight on Fiji!

Published: Wed 23 May 2007 02:05 PM
95bFM Audio: Selwyn Manning & Paul Deady - Fiji Is Back in the Spotlight
95bFM Audio: (click here to listen) 95bFM's Paul Deady and Scoop's Selwyn Manning discuss how the United Nations has gone soft on insisting Fiji return to democracy before its soldiers are used in peacekeeping operations. Also, is the military junta strong-arming Fiji-based writers?

Scoop Report: Govt To Continue To Seek UN/Fiji Peacekeeper Ban
- The New Zealand Government will continue to lobby the United Nations seeking a ban on Fiji's soldiers taking part in peacekeeping operations around the world. The response followed a Scoop Media investigation that reported the United Nations secretary general's office stating Fiji's military contributions to UN peacekeeping operations would be now considered on a case-by-case basis. More >>
Also:Scoop Investigation - UN To Consider Fiji Military On "Case By Case Basis"Scoop Audio - Scoop Inquiry Basis of Radio Australia ReportUnited Nations - Call On Fiji To Regulate Private SecurityUnited Nations - Need for Peacekeeping CollaborationNew Zealand Bloggers - NZ Bloggers Offer Support For Fiji CounterpartsFiji Blogs - Military Pressures FINTEL To Block Access To BlogsAndreas von Warburg - Fiji Ranks High In UN Peacekeeping ContributionsBackground Report - UN Conundrum Over 92 Fiji Soldiers For Peacekeeping Op(KiwiFM Audio): Wallace n Manning: Scoop's Selwyn Manning joins Wallace Chapman to discuss how UN reveals it will consider Fiji's soldiers for peacekeeping operations on a case by case basis.

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