This Process of Political Readjustment': Aftermath of the Fiji 2006 Coup
‘We consider that Fiji has reached a crossroads and that the government and all those empowered to make decisions in our constitutional democracy are unable to make these decisions to save our people from destruction,’ Commodore Josaia Voreqe (Frank) Bainimarama told Fiji at 6pm on 5 December 2006. The military, which had ‘observed the concern and anguish of the deteriorating state of our beloved Fiji,’ had, therefore, ‘taken over the government as executive authority in the running...[Show more]
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