Another way: the politics of constitutional reform in post-coup Fiji
NCDS, Asia Pacific Press, Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management, Australian National University, 1998 - History - 223 pages
Documents the major political events in Fiji over the past decade. Provides an overview of the 1987 coups and discusses the subsequent events such as the 1992 and 1994 elections and the Reeves Commission and its findings. Presents proposals for a new constitution and speculates on future directions. Includes a glossary, references, a bibliography and an index. The author's other publications include 'A Vision for Change'.
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Chapter One Sowing the seeds
Chapter Two The whirlwind
Chapter Three A new course
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