The Failure of Democratic Politics in Fiji

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Bibliography

PRIMARY SOURCES

Official Documents

Australia

Parliament, Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, Australia's Relations with the South Pacific (Canberra, Australian Government Publishing Service, 1989).


Fiji

Bureau of Statistics, Statistical News.

Constitution of Fiji, 1970.

Department of Information, News Releases.

Draft Constitution for the Republic of Fiji, September 1988.

Fiji Royal Gazette.

Great Council of Chiefs, Proceedings.

Legislative Council Debates.

Legislative Council Papers.

Parliamentary Papers.

Regulations of the Native Regulation Board 1877-1882 ( London, HMSO, 1883).

Report of the Fiji Constitution and Advisory Committee, August 1989.

Report on the Census of the Population: 1976.


Great Britain

Colonial Office, British Islands in the Southern Hemisphere 1945-1951 ( London, 1951).

----- Correspondence Relating to the Native Population of Fiji ( London, 1887).

Colonial Secretary's Office, Correspondence.

Colonial Year Book ( London, 1891).

Parliament, Ceylon, Report of the Special Commission on the Constitution, Cmd. 3131, 1928.

----- Copy of a Letter addressed to Commodore Goodenough, R.N. and E. L. Layard, Esq., instructing them to report upon various questions connected with the Fiji Islands, Cmd. 983, April 1874.

----- Report of Commodore Goodenough and Mr Consul Layard on the Offer of Cession of the Fiji Islands to The British Crown, Cmd. 1011, July 1874.

----- Report of the Committee on Emigration from India to the Crown Colonies and Protectorates, Cd. 5192, June 1910.

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