This report illustrates Amnesty International’s concerns about widespread human rights violations which followed then President Ratu Josefa Iloilo’s abrogation of the Fiji Constitution on 10 April 2009. These include violations of the rights to freedom of assembly, opinion, expression and movement, the right to a fair trial, and freedom from arbitrary detention. Amnesty International calls on the government of Fiji to halt and impartially investigate all human rights violations by the security forces and government officials and to repeal the Public Emergency Regulations.
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