Community group welcome Fiji's braille Constitution | Pacific Beat

Community group welcome Fiji's braille Constitution

Community group welcome Fiji's braille Constitution

Updated 7 April 2014, 8:39 AEST

The first braille version of Fiji's new constitution has been released.

It joins English and I-taukei versions, with a Hindi translation to follow.

Rosie Senikula from the United Blind Persons Association of Fiji says it was a government initiative to translate the Constitution into braille.

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Rosie Senikula, secretary, United Blind Persons Association, Fiji

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