From Clean up to FICAC: Anti-Corruption in Fiji's Post coup politics
The leaders of Fiji's 2006 military coup launched a 'cleanup campaign' and set up an Independent Commission Against Corruption. So far it has brought court cases against about 24 people. Among them is the former Prime Minister, who was charged with corruption for his role in institutions designed to promote the economic interests of indigenous Fijians (who constitute about 56% of the population). The article considers what counts as 'corruption' in these Affirmative Action policies: a so-called...[Show more]
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