The Acting Chief Registrar of the judiciary, Ana Rokomokoti, has started issuing certificates to terminate cases already before the Courts against the regime.
Sources say they've sighted such a certificate, which are called Certificate of Termination of Proceedings. The legal challenge was issued by a Chief Executive Officer removed from office by Frank Bainimarama after the military coup of December 2006 and later terminated through a Decree by the outgoing President, Ratu Josefa Iloilo.
The defendants in the case were Bainimarama, the military, the Home Affairs Ministry, the interim Attorney-General, the President and the CEO's employer.
In the Certificate issued in May, Rokomokoti said the proceedings were terminated pursuant to Section 23 (e) (g) of the Administrative of Justice Decree.
The Decree prohibits challenges against the regime, the President or any of regime's employees im whatever actions they took between December 5 2006 and April 9, 2009 - a day before the Constitution was abrogated.