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The Fiji Village news service reported on 9 December that she had issued a strong warning to any persons interested in applying for ministerial positions in a Military-backed government that participation would be illegal, and that the FWRM was documenting events in the wake of the coup.
Contribution to the European meeting on 22-23 June 2017: European Semester 2017.
Buadromo strongly condemned the military coup which deposed the elected government of Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase on 5 December 2006.
Wherever you go, locals will holler Bula in welcome.
Its literal meaning is "life," and means anything from hello, goodbye, welcome, love and more.