The interim Minister for Defence Ratu Epeli Ganilau is likely to be terminated as an interim minister from the regime's Cabinet, our sources say.
Sources say interim Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is unhappy about decisions Ganilau has made as interim minister.
Sources say Bainimarama is not happy with Ganilau's approval to allow a businessman under invesigation for taxation matters to fly out of the country last weekend.
Coupfourpointfive has been told that the businessman was being investigated by Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption, who had initiated a stop departure order aainst the businessman.
But Ganilau pulled some strings and alowed the businessman to fly to New Zealand.
Bainimarama was reportedly angry at Ganilau's actions but the interim minister told him the businessman would return to Fiji in 8 days time.
We have been informed Bainimarama told Ganilau if the businessman does not return then Ganilau's head will roll.
On Monday, Ganilau jointly hosted a media conference with Fijian Holdings Limited and Police Commissioner Esala Teleni about plans to build a new complex to house the police headquarters.
The complex is to be built by Fijian Holdings and rented to the Police Force. The rent is to go towards the purchasing price of the complex known as Twin Towers built in the heart of Suva City.
The Force will own the complex after rent payments accumulate into the total price used to build the complex by FHL.
It is what you call BOOT measure - Build, Own, Operate & Transfer.
Ganilau was Bainimarama's commander in the army for 7 years until 1999 when he resigned to contest the elections.
He reconmended Bainimarama's appointment to succeed him.