THE People's Democratic Party says it is concerned with several provisions of the Constitution which it believes can be addressed by parliament.
PDP spokesman Nirmal Singh said in a statement Fiji needed to move forward to democratic elections and get out of the cycle of uncertainty and political instability.
"We need to confront some very critical issues facing the country and we do not have the luxury of time to get into a political popularity contest," he said.
Mr Singh said the media and its freedom to operate and report unconditionally was extremely important as the country approached the 2014 elections.
"What is unique to Fiji is that the media is the only medium which reaches out to the entire nation unlike other countries where several other mediums are used to reach out to people, especially through social media outlets.
"Fiji has not reached that stage of infiltration of other mediums, so I humbly request the media to operate in the best interests of the nation.
"I have no doubt our media will live up to the expectations of the people and carry out its responsibilities without fear or favour.
"We reiterate our commitment to unfettered press in Fiji and we will make sure that what the media reports is the business of the newsroom, its editor and publisher and it is no one else's business.
"The PDP is committed to move this country forward and this is only possible when everyone understands that the needs of the people and Fiji must remain paramount."