The Commonwealth's special envoy Sir Paul Reeves says he is not sure about who else he will be meeting in Fiji as his itinerary is incomplete.
Sources say this means he won't be meeting with any political parties.
Sir Paul arrived in Fiji on Tuesday night and met with the dictatorship regime's prime minister Frank Bainimarama, members of his regime and the National Council for Building a Better Fiji (NCBBF).
A NCBBF member and Director of Citizens Constitution Forum Reverend Akuila Yabaki said Sir Paul raised concerns about the September 2014 electon timetable announced by the regime in July.
Yabaki said Sir Paul also told them that although Fiji is suspended from the Commonwealth, asistance would be forthcoing to help the countryy return to constitutional democracy.
The regime has organised meetings with the Fiji Employers Federation, Fiji Chamber of Commerce, University of the South Pacific and University of Fiji for Sir Paul.