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rePreSenTaTiVe democracy, The conSTiTuTion and elecToral engineering in fiJi: 2014 and Beyond

@inproceedings{Nanau2015rePreSenTaTiVeDT,
  title={rePreSenTaTiVe democracy, The conSTiTuTion and elecToral engineering in fiJi: 2014 and Beyond},
  author={Gordon Nanau},
  year={2015}
}
  • Gordon Nanau
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • In an attempt to ensure all citizens are equally represented and their interests accommodated in a multicultural setting, Fiji changed its electoral system four times since flag independence. The first three electoral systems used in 1970, 1990 and 1999 were First Past the Post (FPTP), a system of ethnic based rolls and seats using FPTP, and Alternative Voting (AV) respectively. These were systems with communally assigned seats because of the country’s ethnic configuration. Leaders then… CONTINUE READING
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