A 'Clean Up' Campaign for Fiji's economy
It appears that the military-imposed Interim Government will be in power in Fiji for a few years, with the deadline for a democratically elected government to be determined by the time needed for the carrying out of a census, the redrawing of electoral boundaries, and the compilation of the electoral rolls. In the meantime, the military has shown its firm intention to implement a ‘clean up corruption’ campaign. While corruption can impose considerable economic and social costs and the ‘clean...[Show more]
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