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Tribal chiefs critical of coup

September 23, 2018
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Fiji’s coup leader is cracking down on dissenters as manyinfluential indigenous chiefs openly oppose his takeover. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 December, 2006)
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Australia and New Zealand have been told to ‘leave Fiji alone’ tosort out its problems. – (The Age — 9 December, 2006)
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Fiji’s military chief says he has taken over government and dismissed elected Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase. (BBC News — 6 December, 2006)
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The coup in Fiji brings international condemnation and the threat of suspension from the Commonwealth. (BBC News — 6 December, 2006)
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Fiji’s ousted prime minister says public anger against a military coup could force the new rulers to step down. (BBC News — 8 December, 2006)
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Fiji’s membership of the Commonwealth is suspended days after the military seized power in a coup. (BBC News — 9 December, 2006)
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Fijis deposed Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase has reacted angrily to Tuesdays military coup saying it raped the constitution and made Fiji a laughing stock Fijis military commander Commodore (ABC News — 6 December, 2006)
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Fiji’s military commander said Tuesday that he had seized control of the country and dismissed the elected prime minister after a weeks-long standoff between the two leaders rooted in tension between the South Pacific nation’s indigenous people and its ethnic Indian minority. (MSNBC — 6 December, 2006)
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The streets of the Fijian capital Suva remain calm this morning as the country wakes to its second day under military rule After weeks of brinkmanship Commodore Frank Bainimarama yesterday seize (ABC News — 6 December, 2006)
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Deposed Fiji Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase has flown out of the capital of Suva to his home island a day after the military exercised a bloodless coup Mr Qarase and his wife Leba were taken from (ABC News — 6 December, 2006)
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Fiji’s newly-installed prime minister says the Pacific island’s recent coup was “illegal” but necessary. (BBC News — 7 December, 2006)
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Foreign Affairs Minister Alexander Downer says Australia will implement travel bans against all members of Fijis military and any government it sets up in the wake of the current coup Mr Downer ha (ABC News — 5 December, 2006)
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Fiji’s powerful council of tribal chiefs refused to recognize the country’s military regime on Thursday, and the newly installed prime minister said the takeover was illegal but necessary to clean up corruption in the government. (CNN — 8 December, 2006)
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Armed soldiers have attempted to force their way into the residence of Fiji Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase as the Prime Minister met inside with several Cabinet ministers A truckload of soldiers a (ABC News — 5 December, 2006)
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Fijis military commander Frank Bainimarama has declared a state of emergency after taking over the Government the Ministry of Information says The state of emergency took effect from late on (ABC News — 6 December, 2006)
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