A HINDU priest wants the President of Fiji to be selected by the Military Council.
Moti Chand Maharaj said the involvement of the military in the government could provide solutions to stopping the coup culture in Fiji.
The Ba resident also welcomed the idea of all citizens to be called Fijians.
"The army shall have the executive authority at all times and they should dissolve the parliament if it is not functioning well," said Mr Maharaj.
"It is good that after so many years this government has given us a common identity. The President should be nominated by the army council and there should be 60 members of parliament.
"Voting should be made compulsory and those who refuse to vote should be fined. There should be no racial seats and we should have elections every five years."
Mr Maharaj said previous parliamentarians should not be allowed to contest a seat and any political institution preaching racialism should be banned.
"Females should not be discriminated against and people should not take advantage of the freedom given to them.
"Christian churches should respect other religions in Fiji and squatters should be helped to own the land."
He said a Bollywood City should be established at Yaqara to provide employment and that the government address pending issues with Social Welfare assistance.
He commended the government for assisting school students with free bus fares and free education to Form Six level.