The Director of Public Prosecutions, Mr Christopher Pryde has decided that no charges will be laid against opposition Member of Parliament, Pio Tikoduadua, in relation to a complaint of a breach of the Public Order Act on April 20th.

The police file was sent to the DPP for an assessment of the evidence and a decision on whether any charges should be laid following a complaint.

The DPP stated that “following a review of the police docket and the evidence, it is our opinion that there is insufficient evidence to support criminal charges against the Honourable Pio Tikoduadua and, therefore, the docket has been returned to police with the instruction not to charge and no further action is required.”

Tikoduadua was taken in for questioning by Police at 12.35am on April 24th after posting a video on Facebook where he talked about the incident where a man was allegedly thrown from the Naqia Village bridge in Wainibuka Tailevu by police officers on Saturday.

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