Fiji Prime Minister visits New Zealand

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The interim Prime Minister of Fiji, Frank Bainimarama, has visited New Zealand.

Bainimarama seized control of the small Pacific nation in 2006 and was in New Zealand attempting to gain support from New Zealand based Fijians for the upcoming elections.

Fiji is having their first elections since 2006 on 17 September.

A number of groups have criticized the current Fijian situation saying that Bainimarama is running a dictatorship by not allowing Fiji to have any elections up to this point.

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