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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Fiji Law Society calls meeting

Radio New Zealand International

The Fiji Law Society has written to the country’s judges and magistrates offering advice on taking up appointments in the new legal order announced by Fiji’s President on Friday.

With no constitution in place, the Society’s President Dorsami Naidu says the fraternity has offered its support and advice to its members in the judiciary to abide by the oath they took.

Fijilive says the Fiji Law Society will be calling a general meeting of members soon to get their views on the current events.

On Friday, President Ratu Josefa Iloilo revoked all appointments to the judiciary.

The Ministry of Information says revealed the President will be making judicial appointments over the next few days under a new Administration of Justice Decree.

The ministry also says court registries are to be open today and business is to continue as usual.

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