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The majority of Fiji's islands were formed through volcanic activity starting around 150 million years ago. Wikipedia

  • Fiji

    Island country in Melanesia, part of Oceania in the South Pacific Ocean. It lies about 1100 nmi northeast of New Zealand. Wikipedia

  • Fiji's highest judicial officer. The office and its responsibilities are set out in Chapter 5 of the 2013 Constitution of Fiji. Wikipedia

  • The tension between Fiji's government and Military forces, which had been simmering for more than two years, appeared to escalate in late December 2005. Tension between the government and the Military had been simmering throughout the year, with Commodore Bainimarama and other Military officers making strongly worded public statements opposing certain government policies, including the early release from prison of persons implicated in the Fiji coup of 2000, and the government's promotion of controversial legislation to establish a Commission with the power to grant amnesty to perpetrators of the coup. Wikipedia

  • Signed into law by President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau on September 6, 2013, coming into effect immediately. First to eliminate race-based electoral rolls, race-based seat quotas, district-based representation, the unelected upper chamber, and the role of the hereditary Council of Chiefs. Wikipedia

  • Constitutional body in the Republic of the Fiji Islands from 1876 to March 2012. Suspended, due to an unworkable relationship with Frank Bainimarama, leader of an "interim government" which came to power through military coup in December 2006. Wikipedia

  • Monarchy of Fiji

    The monarchy of Fiji arose in the mid-nineteenth century when native ruler Seru Epenisa Cakobau consolidated control of the Fijian Islands and declared himself King or paramount chief of Fiji (Tui Viti). In 1874, he voluntarily ceded sovereignty of the islands to Britain, which made Fiji a Crown colony within the British Empire. Wikipedia

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    • The Dutch were the first non-natives to undisputedly explore and chart coastlines of Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, and Easter Island.History of Oceania-Wikipedia
    • The first Tu'i Tonga Fefine married a high-ranking Fijian, to form the 'Ha'a Falefisi' ("House of Fiji") line.Tuʻi Tonga Fefine-Wikipedia
    • He has also been named as one of the seventy people who have helped shape Fiji's history in the 20th century.Brij Lal (historian)-Wikipedia
    • He went ahead of the first missionaries to Somosomo, and preached there with some success among the Tongans, who were in the service of Tui Cakau at that time, thus making it possible for Hunt and Lyth, to establish that station.Josua Mateinaniu-Wikipedia

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