WHILE most people do not have a problem with homosexuals, majority do not agree with same sex marriage.
And according to Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, the Ghai draft would have allowed for same sex marriages.
"Majority of the people if you go to in Fiji don't agree with same sex marriage," he said on Saturday at the Sheraton Fiji Resort.
"But in reality, if you talk to most people, they don't have a problem with homosexual people. They are part and parcel of our society.
"Nobody discriminates or would agree with discrimination against them but that's a different story when you talk about same sex marriage."
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama told participants at the 2013 Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) congress in Nadi they hoped the Ghai Commission would provide a blueprint that was workable, achievable and affordable.
"Instead, we were presented with a document that entrenched privilege, provided us with layers of governance, bureaucracy and red tape that we didn't need," he said.