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Biman Chand Prasad

Leader

National Federation Party

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National Federation Party

Fiji Islands

Company Description

The National Federation Party has consulted voters since the promulgation of the Electoral Decree 2014 a month ago and voters have very strongly denounced the layout and composition of the ballot paper. On 8th April the NFP wrote to the Chairman of the Elect...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairperson, Professor

GDN Oceania Development Network


Adjunct Professorial Positions

Griffith University


Director

Fiji Institute of Applied Studies


President

USPS


Senior Economics Lecturer and President of the Staff

The Association of USP


Contributor

Asia-Pacific Network


Associate Professor and Head of Economics Department

University of the South Pacific Team leader


Professor

Trade and Development in the School of Economics at the University of the South Pacific


Dean

School of Economics at the University of the South Pacific


Commander

RFMF


Minister

Education Dr Mahendra Reddy


Founder President

Students League


Associate Editor

Journal of Fijian Studies


Affiliations

Parliament

NFP Member


APFED Secretariat

Head of the School of Economics At the Faculty of Business and Economics and A Member of the Team


Forum Secretariat Trade Experts Group

Member


South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission

Atu Kaloumaira Disaster Risk Management Advisor


Asia Pacific Forum on Environment and Development of the Asia Pacific Business

Member


University of the South Pacific

Professor of Economics and Dean


NFP

Member


Education

Muanidevo Indian School


Bachelor of Arts degree

Mathematics and Economics

The University of the South Pacific


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Queensland , Australia


Master of Commerce

University of New South Wales , Australia


Post Graduate Diploma

Education

The University of the South Pacific


Web References(144 Total References)


National Federation Party

nfpfiji.com [cached]

National Federation Party Leader Hon Professor Biman Prasad says the revocation of the Village By-Laws will be a high priority of an NFP Government because it disenfranchises the rural i Taukei community.
Professor Prasad has described the Village By-Laws as an agenda of the Fiji First Government to control and coerce people into accepting their imposition. Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader Professor Prasad added that citizens had taken to Mr Raj himself, their complaints on communal antagonism against FBCTV for the program Wasea Basha. Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader Mr Gounder said the Tebbutt-Times poll in February, which gave FijiFirst leader Voreqe Bainimarama an approval rating of 78 per cent as prime minister of Fiji ahead of Opposition Leader Ro Teimumu Kepa (44 per cent), National Federation Party (NFP) leader Professor Biman Prasad (36 per cent) and Social Democratic Liberal Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka (34 per cent), was a base for leaders to build on their support. "Prof Prasad's approval is higher among the iTaukei (42 per cent) than Fijians of Indian descent (33 per cent). "This is particularly interesting as it shows his support spans across both major communities. It also shows that the NFP leader's message is cutting across both communities in a positive way." Mr Gounder said Prof Prasad's rating was significantly higher in the Western Division (41 per cent) than in Central Division (29 per cent). Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader


nfpfiji.com

National Federation Party Leader Hon Professor Biman Prasad says the revocation of the Village By-Laws will be a high priority of an NFP Government because it disenfranchises the rural i Taukei community.
Professor Prasad has described the Village By-Laws as an agenda of the Fiji First Government to control and coerce people into accepting their imposition. Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader Professor Prasad added that citizens had taken to Mr Raj himself, their complaints on communal antagonism against FBCTV for the program Wasea Basha. Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader Mr Gounder said the Tebbutt-Times poll in February, which gave FijiFirst leader Voreqe Bainimarama an approval rating of 78 per cent as prime minister of Fiji ahead of Opposition Leader Ro Teimumu Kepa (44 per cent), National Federation Party (NFP) leader Professor Biman Prasad (36 per cent) and Social Democratic Liberal Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka (34 per cent), was a base for leaders to build on their support. "Prof Prasad's approval is higher among the iTaukei (42 per cent) than Fijians of Indian descent (33 per cent). "This is particularly interesting as it shows his support spans across both major communities. It also shows that the NFP leader's message is cutting across both communities in a positive way." Mr Gounder said Prof Prasad's rating was significantly higher in the Western Division (41 per cent) than in Central Division (29 per cent). Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader Professor Biman Prasad NFP Leader


nfpfiji.com

That's the view of National Federation Party (NFP) leader Professor Biman Prasad after the results of the Tebbutt-Times poll which revealed the cost of living and employment as the top issues ahead of the 2018 polls.
The cost of living was ranked the number one issue by 46 per cent of those polled and employment ranked second by 32 per cent of respondents. According to Prof Prasad, the polls pointed out that about 50 per cent of the voters were concerned with the rising cost of living and unemployment. He said the FijiFirst Government in its manifesto during the 2014 General Election promised to keep value added tax (VAT) rate to zero on basic food items. Prof Prasad said with this salary, the young person is also required to pay his TELS loan, which was more than $20,000.


republikamagazine.com

Dr Biman Chand Prasad | NFP: Kick starting Fiji’s stalled economy | Read More
NFP: Kick starting Fiji's stalled economy | Repúblika Biman Chand Prasad, fiji journalists, Fiji media, Fiji politics, media freedom, National Federation Party, NFP, political manifesto Dr Biman Chand Prasad National Federation Party leader Dr Biman Chand Prasad talks to journalists at the party's working committee meeting on 25 May 2014. Photo: Netani Rika/Invictus Our commitment for a better and secure future Speech by the leader of the New National Federation Party, Dr BIMAN CHAND PRASAD at the Working Committee meeting held on Sunday, 25 May, 2014 at the Tamavua Primary School, Suva Professor Biman Prasad delivers his inaugural speech as leader of the National Federation Party on 29 March 2014 in Nadi. Photo: GREGORY RAVOI


republikamagazine.com

Dr Biman Chand Prasad
Our commitment for a better and secure future Speech by the leader of the New National Federation Party, Dr BIMAN CHAND PRASAD at the Working Committee meeting held on Sunday, 25 May, 2014 at the Tamavua Primary School, Suva Party Read More Professor Biman Prasad delivers his inaugural speech as leader of the National Federation Party on 29 March 2014 in Nadi. Photo: GREGORY RAVOI Biman Prasad: The way forward for NFP and Fiji Economist Professor BIMAN PRASAD is the new leader of the National Federation Party.


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