Forget Leeds Castle, how’s about Fiji?

Fiji, an country with a comparable community split to Northern Ireland, has completed its second election since a failed coup in 2000. Fijians have narrowly re-elected Laisenia Qarase, in a vote split on racial lines. Its constitution (Section 99) requires power-sharing. Any party with 10% of the membership of parliament (8 seats or more) has to be offered places in the cabinet. Places they can decline. Study visit anyone ;).

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