The DPP deputy - Ratu David Toganivalu - and another lawyer, Ana Tuiketei, have been fired.
Both were given termination letters today by the illegal solictor general Christopher Pryde.
Toganivalu was involved in a number of the regime's major cases, including that of the eight men accused of plotting to kill the self-appointed prime minister Frank Bainimarama.
Tuiketei will be remembered for the more recent case involving the Fiji Labour Party leader Mahendra Chaudhry.
She last week opposed an application by Chaudhry to access his Sydney bank accounts but unbelievably decided not to oppose his travel plans.
Chauhdry was today granted permission to travel to Australia to seek medical treatment from December the 20th to January the 6th but has been put on fresh bail of $1,000.