Fiji's opposition leader says the Prime Minister giving priority to his supporters in carrying out developments would amount to a breach of the constitution..
The Fiji Sun reports Frank Bainimarama as saying it is only fair the government looks after its supporters first as without them his FijiFirst party would not be in power.
Ro Teimumu Kepa says Mr Bainimarama putting his voters' interests ahead of all others is creating two classes of citizens, against equality provisions of the constitution.
She says she wants to know how Mr Bainimarama would have information on who voted for him, as no numbers or names were printed on ballot papers.
Ro Teimumu says development funds come from all taxpayers of Fiji and foreign donors, and are not the personal funds of Mr Bainimarama to do with as he pleases.