He said such a decision would mean Key was reneging on his earlier intention to review the relationship between Wellington and Suva.
“One might want to ask if New Zealand wants to give political asylum to anybody who does wrong, not only in Fiji but also in other countries or is he just targeting Fiji.
“If this is what democracy means to be a refuge to wrong doers this is obviously not the direction or path Fiji wants to take. “He is trying to make life difficult for us in Fiji but he is not going to succeed.”
Bainimarama said his advise to Key was “stay out of our business, it is between Fiji and Tonga.” -SOURCE: STUFF NZ/PACNEWS