HUMAN rights should not be practised in Fiji as it contradicts traditional and cultural values.
This was one of the submissions made to the Constitution Commission earlier this week at the Salvation Army church in Raiwai.
Serupepeli Vesito of Muanivatu settlement in Vatuwaqa recommended that culture and tradition should be protected and safeguarded.
He also said in his submission that all crown land should be returned to the iTaukei and all freehold land sold to be returned.
The Commission that found Mr Vesito's submission interesting asked him whether he wished to make further recommendations to which he proposed that all land given to the State to be returned to the iTaukei.
The Constitution Commission yesterday said they were surprised to see people making heartfelt submissions that they felt so passionate about.
Some people have also made recommendations that a curfew from 9pm to 6am included in the new Constitution.
Chairman of the commission Professor Yash Ghai said some had submitted a special role of Christianity.
He said while some people recommended emergency powers and the role of the president during emergency, others recommended the role of the military, especially in internal security.