‘Limited freedom in Fiji’

People from all walks of life with their banners and placards during the Human Rights march along the streets of Suva. Picture: FILE

People from all walks of life with their banners and placards during the Human Rights march along the streets of Suva. Picture: FILE

OUR human rights in Chapter 2 of the 2013 Constitution includes, amongst others, the freedom of speech, assembly, association, religion, elections, and publications. However, the people continue to be subjected to serious limitations of these freedoms that are not reasonable nor justifiable. An independent assessment of the status of our freedom is a report by […]

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