Fiji’s short-lived experiment in executive power-sharing, May – December 2006
"Much of the commentary on Fiji’s coup of December 2006, particularly that sympathetic to Commodore Bainimarama’s intervention, pays little attention to, or grossly misrepresents, the nature of the government that he removed. Contrary to the military regime’s post-coup rhetoric about the ethnically divisive policies of the Qarase Government, the period from May to December had seen an experiment in executive power-sharing in which, for the first time, the provisions of s.99 of the 1997...[Show more]
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