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Fiji: New constitution fails to protect fundamental human rights

Headline Title:  Fiji: New constitution fails to protect fundamental human rights 04 September 2013  Fiji’s proposed new constitution falls far short of international standards of human rights law and is another step backwards in guaranteeing human rights protection for all, Amnesty International said.  The draft constitution will be sent to the President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau for assent on 6 September.  “Contrary to the claims of Fiji’s government over the last few months, the new constitution actually weakens human rights protections in the country,” said…

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