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Fiji Coup: Clark Calls On Military Elements To Overthrow Bainimarama


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Lyndon Hood – Clark and Peters announce sanctions against
Fiji. Scoop's Lyndon Hood reports from Parliament
- In response to Fiji's military orchestrating a coup d'etat, Helen Clark and Winston Peters announced a range of sanctions against Fiji, describing the actions of Fiji's Commodore Bainimarama and his soldiers as disgraceful and grossly illegal. She also front-footed support for any 'elements' in the Fijian military that might choose to overthrow the Commodore and return the elected government to power. See... Audio: PM, Foreign Minister on Fiji Sanctions
ALSO:
  • Scoop Report - Acting Police Commissioner Taken To Barracks
  • Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: (click here to listen) Selwyn Manning reports on Radio Adelaide that NZ PM Helen Clark has said Fijian military who remain loyal to their constitution should tell Bainimarama he has been replaced.
  • Fiji President - Ratu Josefa Iloilo's statement
  • NZ Govt - Anderton says NZ must stay engaged with Fiji
  • NZ Govt - Prime Minister condemns Fijian President's actions
  • National - Fiji coup condemned
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Fiji Travel Advisory - 5 December 2006
  • Newspaper Publishers Association - Support for Fiji journalists from NZ Media
  • Reporters Sans Frontieres - Fiji: Press Freedom Falls Victim to Military Coup
  • Scoop Blogwatch - Fiji - Blogging the Coup
    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Helen Clark answers questions on looming Fijian Military Coup.
  • ***SCOOP SPECIAL FEATURE: Fiji An Icon Of Pacific Instability***

    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio & Text Report: Selwyn Manning on BBC Radio reports: How Fiji's military commander Commodore Frank Bainimarama has intensified threats to overthrow the Fijian government unless it meets his demands. ALSO:NZMFAT Travel Advisory: Fiji Travel High Risk
    Scoop Audio.KiwiFM Audio: Wammo talks to Scoop's Selwyn Manning about Pacific insecurity, what it was like reporting on the Tonga riots that destroyed Nuku'Alofa, and whether a military coup is being planned in Fiji.

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