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Army seizes ministers' vehicles

Fiji ministers face house arrest
Tuesday December 05, 2006


Fiji's Military Forces says all Government Ministers will be under house arrest by this afternoon.

And all ministers' vehicles and mobile phones will be seized today.

This morning four ministerial vehicles were seized from their homes by military personnel.

Land Force Commander Colonel Pita Driti confirmed that vehicles belonging to Fisheries Minister Ilaitia Tuisese, Public Enterprise Minister, Savenaca Draunidalo, State Minister for Women Asenaca Caucau, State Minister for Public Utilities Samisoni Tikoinasau and Information Minister Isireli Leweniqila were all taken between last night and this morning.

"All the other vehicles will be taken in today and I can confirm that they will be under military protection," Col Driti told Fijilive.com.

He said the purpose was to keep the ministers under house arrest while the clean up campaign is being carried out.

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