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T.I Fiji worried about travel sanctions

T.I Fiji worried about travel sanctions

By fijivillage.com
Friday 06/11/2009
Transparency International Fiji said the travel sanction policy of Australia and New Zealand against those wanting to take up positions in Fiji, is not helping Fiji in strengthening its judiciary.

Chairman of Transparency International Fiji, Dave Aidney said although Australia and NZ are saying that it would not do anything to hurt the ordinary Fijians, it should realize that not allowing people to take up judicial positions in Fiji will affect everyone in the country.  

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