SOME people of Nausori Village have proposed to the Constitution Commission for the government to find a place where they can relocate to.
About 10 men from the village highlighted the same problem of flooding in their submissions to the commission on Monday.
Manasa Cakau, 70, said they had been living on a flood-prone area where they were also subjected to noise pollution and dust from the road.
He pleaded with the commission to consider their plea and include it in the new constitution.
He said they had been moved from one place to another because they had given their land for commercial use by the government.
However, they only wished to relocate to another place far from the Rewa Bridge.
Speaking in the iTaukei language, Mr Cakau said they had been risking their lives because they were subjected to flooding.
He proposed that the new constitution consider the plight of the people in their area and the suffering they had encountered over past years.
Not many people turned up at the half day hearings at the Nausori Village hall.