Update: 4.15PM Fiji's President, Ratu Josefa Iloilo, has said he "neither condones nor supports" the actions taken by the military today.
In a statement from Government House a short while ago, Ratu Josefa said the actions by the military were "clearly outside the Constitution, contrary to the rule of law and our democratic ideals".
It's the first time Ratu Josefa has spoken on the Fiji crisis since it escalated early this week.
Ratu Josefa said the military had acted contrary to his wishes, which were that solution to the impasse be found within the boundaries of the law.
He said he would remain in office "to preserve some semblance of continuity while keeping the situation under review".
Ratu Josefa has also appealed for calm.