Evaluating the effect of the electoral system in post-coup Fiji
In 1997, Fiji’s Constitution Review Commission (CRC) produced a voluminous proposal for constitutional reform, The Fiji Islands: Towards a United Future, which recommended that Fiji move ‘gradually but decisively’ away from communalism towards a free, open and multi-ethnic political system.
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