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Sitiveni Rabuka

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1. The media and the coup leader: Sitiveni Rabuka
MEDIA ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY. 1. The media and the coup leader: Sitiveni Rabuka.
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Prosecution of Major General Sitiveni Rabuka in Fiji
Nov 3, 2006 Senior Crown Prosecutor Mark Tedeschi QC will conduct the prosecution of Major General Sitiveni Rabuka in Suva, Fiji, from November 6.
General Assembly
Address by Major-General Sitiveni L. Rabuka, Prime Minister of the Republic of Fiji. Statement by Mr.
Dr Timoci Bavadra, and Sitiveni Rabuka — we see the increasingly problematic configuration of indigenous leadership in the country.

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Rabuka key speaker at Fiji Day fest
Former Fiji Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka . . .
Prasad wins monthly medal
Richard Wilson, 67 net won the B-grade, while Sanjeshwar Ram, 70 net won the second prize also on countback from Sitiveni Rabuka. The former Fiji Prime Minister Rabuka won the third prize.
Rabuka praises Sir Paul Reeves
Fiji was blessed to have had the services of Sir Paul Reeves says former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka. Reeves - who was one of the achitects of Fiji's 1997 Constitution - passed away yesterday morning at the age of 78.
1987: Not just any year
A symbol of friendship between India and Fiji
The Coalition ruled for a month till May 14, 1987 when the third ranking officer in the Fiji Military Forces, Lt. Col. Sitiveni Rabuka, executed the first coup d'etat in the Pacific.

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Jul 16, 2010 Major General (Ret.) Sitiveni Rabuka led two Fijian military coups and became the country's democratically elected Prime Minister.
Sitiveni Rabuka - Wikiquote
Aug 30, 2010 Sitiveni Rabuka is a former Prime Minister of Fiji. He is best remembered for carrying out two military coups in 1987.
1. The media and the coup leader: Sitiveni Rabuka
MEDIA ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY. 1. The media and the coup leader: Sitiveni Rabuka.
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