Fiji's sacked Solicitor-General Christopher Pryde, has been reappointed.
The Kiwi lawyer has accepted the position and rejects criticism from the New Zealand Law Society that lawyers should not accept office in a regime found to be unlawful.
Eight magistrates and a chief magistrate were sworn in yesterday, most of them bar one was reappointed.
Mr Pryde says it's important for Fiji that there is minimum disruption to government services and that people help the country to get back on its feet and restore the rule of law.
A chief justice and judges are yet to be appointed.