The Failure of Democratic Politics in Fiji

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Index
Ali, Ahmed85, 180, 197, 200, 210-13
Alliance Party1-2, 4-6, 33, 104, 108, 147-8, 159-61, 167, 174, 177-92, 195-258, 268, 275-80, 285
alternation (in government) 1, 17, 23-7, 40, 255, 287
American involvement:
in colonization 48-51
in coup 249
Apolosi Nawai118-20
Apter, David32
Arya Samaj145-7, 161
Australian Broadcasting Commission 228-30, 243, 257
Baba, Tupeni265, 275-6
Badri Mahraj127-8
Bain, Kenneth7
Bavadra, Adi Kuini270
Bavadra government 5-8, 10, 40, 68
Bavadra, Timoci2, 7, 234-49, 253-5, 263, 265, 270, 285
Beauclerc, G. A. F. W124
Beyme, Klaus von20
Bula Tale Association120-1
Burns Commission165-7
Butadroka, Sakeasi203-6, 209-14, 217, 219, 228
Cakobau48-56, 67
Cakobau, Ratu Sir George178, 214-17, 244, 255
Carnarvon, Lord55-6, 81
Carroll Report 228, 231
Cato, A. C.74
Chappele, A. J.118, 122
Chaudhry, Mahendra234
Chick, John199
chiefly establishment 1-2, 6, 9-10, 67, 85-7, 93-4, 100-10, 117, 177-8, 188, 192, 204, 207-8, 218, 224, 241-4, 264, 276-81, 285-6, 290
Clammer, John109-10
Colonial Sugar Refining Company77, 159, 163, 167-8, 176
communal electoral system 3-5, 136-7, 139, 142, 148, 153, 156, 171, 173-4, 179-80, 185, 191, 193-4, 196, 198-200, 208, 223, 230, 253, 268-9, 279, 289
consociational democracy 40-4, 221-2
Constitution of Fiji:
of 19704, 59, 80, 159, 172, 186, 188-9, 191-2, 207, 220, 228, 253-4, 258, 260, 267, 279, 283-4, 289
Republican 266-70, 273-5, 289
Constitutional Conference 184-5, 188
corruption allegations 6, 240, 246-8
Council of Chiefs 69-73, 85-7, 91, 117, 152, 156, 164-7, 171, 180, 185, 188, 190, 231, 233, 242, 254, 263, 267, 275, 284, 289
coups of 1987255
Crocombe, Ron107-8
cross-voting constituencies 199, 203
Crown Colony government 54, 56, 81-5, 113, 140, 155, 158
Dahl, Robert19, 43
Davson Commission137-8
de Swaan, Abram19
Dean, Eddie7
Deed of Cession 56-9, 88, 118, 130, 141, 152, 207, 211
democracy 12
in non-Western states 32-5, 40
Deo, Vishnu150-1, 154
Duncan, Graeme12
Durban, E. F. M.27
Durutalo, Simione46, 67, 205
Duverger, Maurice21
eastern predominance 98, 211, 244, 254, 278
Eckstein, H.19-20
Epstein, L. D.34
Fiji Labour Party2, 5, 9, 40, 75, 121, 159-60, 169, 194-5, 237-43, 248, 253-4, 270, 278
Fiji Trades Union Congress159, 163, 234
Fijian Association167, 177-8, 183
Fijian dissidence 10

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