One month short of its first anniversary, Fiji’s three-party governing coalition is in disarray. Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka has topped off a series of bungled appointments by recanting on a major Cabinet reshuffle in the face of a public push back from coalition partners. The military has urged him to toe the constitutional line. All of this topped by further dissent within the Coalition and criticism from the military over Fiji’s vote against the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
Fresh from an Australian tour . . .