A pro-democracy campaigner in Fiji is backing the Labour leader's calls for the Government to be more transparent and release financial information.
Mahendra Chaudhry says government financial statements, auditor-general's reports and leaders' salaries should be made public.
His comments were sparked by Monday's United Nations' sponsored Anti-Corruption Day.
Fiji business woman, Laisa Digitaki Weleilakeba, says the country deserves responsible leaders who are willing to be transparent.
"Transparency is very important to make people feel good - like for me personally I don't mind the Government spending money on good things - as long as they are honest about where they are paying my taxes and things like that then I am comfortable but right now nothing like that has happened so what are they hiding?"
Laisa Digitaki Weleilakeba also says the country needs to push for transparent and fair elections.