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Fiji’s new constitution may be secular, but it still undermines human rights, says Amnesty

Fiji’s new constitution may be secular, but it still undermines human rights, says Amnesty

Posted: Mon, 09 Sep 2013

Fiji's new constitution — which was ratified on 6 September 2013 — may be secular but it "falls far short of international standards of human rights law," says Amnesty International.

Despite secular constitution, Fiji government won’t rule out prayer at official functions

Despite secular constitution, Fiji government won’t rule out prayer at official functions

Posted: Tue, 23 Apr 2013

With Fiji set to become a secular state when the new constitution comes into effect, it has been confirmed that "general prayers acceptable to all" will be said in government organised functions.