PEOPLE should not be afraid to make recommendations on what they think should be the new laws for Fiji.
Constitution Commission member Penny Moore said it was only through the constitution that government would behave as people wished them to.
Ms Moore also highlighted that submissions could be made in the "form of a dance, song, etcetera", as long as the commission understood what people wished to have in the new constitution.
"We want recommendations and what people want in place," she said.
"The commission wants to hear what people perceive as a problem and how we can fix that problem," she added.
Ms Moore said the commission wanted people to be accountable for themselves.
She said for many people, they thought it was too early to submit but they should also realise that the commission had set the deadline of October 10 for the submission of views.