Fiji: Building a constitutional and parliamentary culture


By Cheryl Saunders, 9 October 2014
Fiji's newly renovated parliament (Photo by Fiji Govt.)
Fiji's newly renovated parliament building, last used in 1987. (Photo by Fiji Govt.)
Fiji's return to parliamentary government, following elections deemed credible by international observers and the first meeting of the new parliament, is cause for celebration. But much remains to be done to consolidate democracy under the new constitution. Both the incoming Government and the Opp...
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