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NEWSFLASH: Suva Situation Dangerous

The Great COuncil of chiefs will meet again later today to consider constitutional reform and the fate of George Speight.

At the Parliamentary compound in Suva Reports from Radio New Zealand's Barbara Dreaver this morning in Suva indicate George Speight is taking the news fairly badly.

After a scary night surrounded by hundreds of young men in the Parliamentary Compound Dreaver this morning left saying the mood had changed. "He is not a good man," Dreaver concluded her broadcast from outside the enclosure.

Reports this morning also indicate lawless elements have taken to the streets in Fiji again businesses have been burnt and families have been threatened.

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