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September 28, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The Citizens Constitutional Forum will make its’ submission to the Constitution Commission in Fiji’s old capital, Levuka.

CCF’s chief executive Reverend Akuila Yabaki said they have chosen to make their submission in Levuka due to the richness of Fiji’s historic significance and the place being famous for Fiji’s many firsts.

“CCF had been eagerly searching for a relevant location to make its submission as a member of Fiji’s civil society and Levuka is the perfect location,” Rev Yabaki said.

He also added that Levuka is the birthplace of democratic and civil governance in Fiji and the constitution submission is a step taken towards democracy.

Meanwhile, the Constitution Commission is moving to Levuka today and will be available at the Eli Peceli Hall in Levuka from 9am till 1pm and at the Bureta Village Hall from 3pm till 5pm on Saturday 29.

By Indrani Krishna
 

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