There's been a decline in the respect of religious freedom in Fiji, according to the US State Department’s Report on International Freedom.
The report says after the abrogation of the Constitution, respect for different religions has declined, as a result of a nation-wide "Christian crusade" by the Police Commissioner Esala Teleni.
Teleni has made it mandatory that all police officers and their families are to attend these crusades, regardless of religion.
"All officers and their families are required to attend the rallies, regardless of religion. In February 2009, local media covered a tirade by the commissioner directed against senior Indo-Fijian police officers during which he accused them of being liars and backstabbers."
"The commissioner told officers to support the Christian rallies or leave the police force. The incident was caught on camera and followed anonymous complaints to journalists from within the police force about Hindu and Muslim police officers and their families being compelled to attend Christian rallies."
"There were reports of Hindu and Muslim police officers joining the commissioner's church for fear of being denied promotions or losing their jobs. The Police Force asserted the Christian crusades were highly successful, resulting in a 50 percent decrease in crime, and would continue," the report says.
To read full report - http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2009/127270.htm