Update: 9:17AM THE final version of Fiji's 2013 Constitution will be unveiled this morning by Attorney- General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum in Suva.
And a statement issued by the Ministry of Information said President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau would give his assent to the document on September 6.
"It will be the supreme law of the country and pave the way for elections by September 30, 2014 conducted, for the first time, on the basis of equal votes of equal value," the statement said.
"It is in line with the constitutions of some of the worlds most liberal democracies and provides a framework for the development of a modern, progressive state."
The 98-page constitutional document in English has also, for the first time, been translated into the two main vernacular languages - iTaukei and contemporary Hindi.