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Fiji army bans chiefs meetings

Fiji army bans chiefs meetings
Wednesday December 27, 2006

The Great Council of Chiefs will not be allowed to convene further council meetings unless the military gives it clearance to do so.

In a press conference today, military commander Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said the GCC had failed to acknowledge the "reality of the situation on the ground".

"The GCC in their last meeting embroiled themselves too much into the legality of our actions," he said.

"I had hoped that the council would have utilized the meeting last week to come up with positive contributions towards the direction that the country is taking right now."

Commodore Bainimarama said he had allowed the GCC to sit despite the State of Emergency currently in place.

"I have since issued directions that as long as the State of Emergency is in place, the GCC will not be allowed to sit unless the military gives it clearance."

He said the direction of the country is currently being steered by the military, current government chief executive officers and the Civil Service.

GCC chairman Ratu Ovini Bokini said he does not want to be caught in a confrontation with the military leader, but has asked that the GCC be allowed to conduct its affairs under the Fiji Constitution.

In its meeting last week, Fiji's chiefs recognized the 1997 Constitution as the supreme law and Ratu Josefa Iloilo as the legitimate Fiji President.


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