Fiji will donate birthday Elizabeth II for the sake of business

Fiji will donate birthday Elizabeth II for the sake of businessFiji was cancelled a public holiday - the birthday of British Queen Elizabeth II, according to Agence France-Presse with reference to local government."Queen's birthday lost to Fiji its significance, when we became a Republic and now we are an independent nation," said Agency spokesman of the Ministry of labour Fiji ion Usmate (Jone Usamate). "We need to concentrate more on productivity and growth, so we decided to reduce the number of public holidays, since they interfere with the business and the government", he added.The year before, in the spring of 2011, the Fiji government announced that the image of Elizabeth II on the national currency (Fijian dollar) will replace the image of the local flora and fauna. To introduce new banknotes and coins was planned in the summer of 2012.Pacific island nation became independent from Britain in 1970. In 2009 year it was excluded from the Commonwealth of Nations, as Prime Minister of Fiji Orange Bainimarama (Voreqe Bainimarama, who came to power in a military coup in 2006, broke promises, and refused to hold elections. Currently, elections are scheduled for 2014.Queen's birthday is celebrated in the UK and in Commonwealth countries in late may - early June, with dates in different States may vary. Official holiday does not coincide with the real birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, which falls on April 18. Source: Fiji donates birthday Elizabeth II for the sake of business.



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