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Ban welcomes start of constitution-making process in Fiji

12 March 2012 | Publisher: UN News Service | Document type: Country News

RRT Case No. 1002696

12 August 2010 | Judicial Body: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Case Law | Topic(s): Persecution based on political opinion - Political groups | Countries: Australia - Fiji

Fiji: 1. What is the position concerning restrictions on or the banning of the SDL by the Bainimarama Government? 2. Was Ted Young a Minister in the Qarase Government and has he been in Australia recently? 3. Is there any information to suggest that Fijians who, while in Australia, express support for the SDL may face harm on their return to Fiji because of their political opinion?

31 May 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Fiji: 1. Deleted. 2. Deleted. 3. Please provide information on Professor Rajesh Chandra and, in particular, any connection with the Fiji Labour Party or the current Fijian regime.

28 May 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Fiji: 1. Please provide information on the current military regime's attitude towards and treatment of the Methodist Church in Fiji. 2. Are ordinary members of the Methodist Church able to practice their religion without interference? 3. Do ordinary members of the Methodist Church in Fiji face any discrimination in access to employment? 4. Are there any reports of Methodist youth leaders being harmed in Fiji? 5. What is the New Methodist Church? When was it founded and what relationship does it have with the mainstream Methodist Church? 6. Deleted. 7. Deleted. 8. Please provide current information on media and press freedom in Fiji. What restrictions on reporting have been imposed by the military regime? 9. Are local and international NGOs able to operate in Fiji currently? Do they face any restrictions on their activities? 10. Please provide brief information on what role Col Baledrokadroka played in the Fijian Army and what relationship he had with Commodore/PM Frank Bainimarama. What was the nature of their disagreement? 11. Deleted. 12. Does Fiji maintain a watch list and is there any information concerning whether individuals of interest to the Fijian authorities would be prevented from leaving the country? 13. Please provide information on the treatment of failed asylum seekers. 14. Is there any information concerning whether the Fijian authorities take any interest in the activities of Fijians outside the country, especially any political activity engaged in by Fijians abroad. Would they be the subject of particular interest or treated differently upon return?

21 May 2010 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Fiji: 1. Please provide information about the Riverina Fijian Community Inc, any protests it has organised, and the degree of media coverage for the organisation and its activities in both Australia and Fiji. 2. Is there any evidence of people involved in low profile pro-democracy activities in Australia (such as simply attending a public demonstration) being harassed or harmed on return to Fiji? 3. Is there any evidence of people whose close relatives engaged in protest activity outside Fiji being harassed/harmed on return?

26 October 2009 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Fiji: 1. Are past or present Fiji Labour Party Supporters at risk in the current climate? Were past Labour party members harmed and/or killed? 2. Any other information on how current situation - new government appointed etc. - may impact on an individual in Fiji? 3. Any information regarding friends/associates of John Scott being at risk of harm? 4. Any risks to being a Tongan/Fijian?

8 May 2009 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Fiji: 1. Please provide information regarding the Fiji military regime's treatment of members and supporters of the Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua (SDL) party, particularly those who continue to express their opposition to the military regime. 2. Please provide information on the military regime's treatment of members of and senior office holders in the former SDL-led government.

14 November 2008 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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