In a surprise move, the FHL directors suspended last week have been told to resume their roles.
The trio - Sereana Qoro, Isoa Kaloumaira and Colonel Mohammed Aziz - were asked to take leave as an audit into the holding's corporate governance was being undertaken.
But Fiji TV news has tonight announced that the directors have been given the all clear by the interim regime and can return to work.
Critics believe there was more to Friday's announcement the three directors were going on leave. It's being suggested that corrupt behaviour at the FHL, is at the core of the decision.
Coupfourpointfive sources say the two regime installed directors have also been backstabbing each other and that has a lot to do with the fallout.
Editors note: see earlier Coupfourpointive story - Back stabbing leads to FHL shake-up.