Fiji Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economy, Professor Biman Prasad, says he expects the University of the South Pacific to exercise its academic freedom and role as a regional leader now that relations have been restored with the incoming Fiji government.
Professor Prasad made these comments after attending a thanksgiving service to welcome back Vice Chancellor, Professor Pal Ahluwalia to the USP’s Laucala campus this month, two years after he was deported from Fiji.
Prasad, who is a former USP academic, told Islands Business that the government expects the university to . . .