Nationalist Iliesa Duvuloco is still in police custody at Nabua Police Station where he will spend his sixth night in a police cell, for breaching Public Emergency Regulations, promulgated on April 10 after the Constitution was abrogated.
He is alleged to have distributed leaflets calling on the indigenous Fijian community to demand the President to step down and retire to his chiefly village of Viseisei in Vuda, as well as for the Fijian people to rise against Bainimarama's regime.
Four other people are also in police custody at Lautoka Police Station. They were arrested in connection with the same incident.
Under the Emergency Regulations, people are not allowed to speak against the President's action to abrogate the Constitution or the regime.
It's not clear who the other four are.