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Filmed just before the country went to the polls, this report explores Fiji's first election since the military coup in 2006. Will the election bring stability to the nation after years of ethnic tensions?
As Fiji's Bainimarama continues to refuse to hold elections, this report gains unprecedented access to the military leader. Speaking candidly of his aims, he is showing no signs of loosening his grip.
Fiji's Frank Bainimarama has been called a dictator and a disgrace. With the Commonwealth warning to suspend Fiji's membership if elections are not held by next year, what does Bainimarama have to say?
In December 2006, troops took over the streets of Fiji's capital city and imposed emergency law. Since then, numerous accounts have emerged from people rounded up and tortured.
Fiji is on high alert ahead of this week's election results. Even the Prime Minster has warned there might be another coup - something the army has vowed to prevent.
Fiji's military commander is hinting he might lead a new coup after indications that coup leader George Speight may be pardoned later this year.
Fiji's 2000 coup divided the island along racial and religious lines. Now there are concerns politicians are stirring up religious animosities for political gain.
Hundreds of Fijian servicemen may have been deliberately exposed to radiation by the British government to test the potency of their nuclear weapons.