The interim Prime Minister and army commander Frank Bainimarama will announce the regime's road map at 10am on Wednesday.
Bainimarama will deliver his address from Tradewinds Hotel Convention Centre in Lami just outside Suva. A Department of information statement says Bainimarama's address will be on "Fiji's strategic framework for change".
The road map is expected to state plans for formulating a new Constitution and holding elections by September 2014.
Since 5th December 2006, the regime has consistently reneged on commitments it made to the European Union and the Pacific Islands Forum for elections to be held by March 2009.
The commitments given to the EU were by Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, Mahendra Chaudhry and Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum. The commitment to the Forum was made at the Forum leaders' meting at Tonga in October 2007 by Bainimarama himself.
In February 2007, the regime announced it would be ready to return Fiji to parliamentary democracy in 2010.
But it broke its own commitment and sources say there that the September 2014 commitment announced after the abrogation of the Constitution is also a lie.