Concern grows about free and fair Fiji election - McCully | Pacific Beat

Concern grows about free and fair Fiji election - McCully

Concern grows about free and fair Fiji election - McCully

Updated 22 March 2013, 10:30 AEDT

New Zealand's foreign minister Murray McCully says Fiji interim leader, Frank Bainimarama hasn't done himself any favours by again changing the draft constitution process.

Releasing the new draft Commodore Bainimarama said the proposed Constituent Assembly would be scrapped and people would have just two weeks to tell the government what they think of the new draft.

Mr McCully says the international community wants to see free and fair elections in Fiji and they are going to take a little more convincing today then they would have two days ago,

Presenter: Richard Ewart

Speaker: Murray McCully, Foreign Minister, New Zealand

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