From election to coup in Fiji : the 2006 campaign and its aftermath /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: JSTOR (Organization)
Other Authors: Fraenkel, Jonathon, Firth, Stewart, 1944-
Format: eBook
Published: Canberra : ANU E Press, 2007.
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Fiji's perpetual legitimacy crisis / Stewart Firth and Jon Fraenkel
  • A note on the Fiji electoral system / Jon Fraenkel
  • Introduction. Changing calculus and shifting visions / Stewart Firth and Jon Fraenkel
  • The campaign. Chance hai: from the campaign trail / Brij V. Lal
  • The pre-election 'cold war': the role of the Fiji military during the 2006 election / Steven Ratuva
  • Songs in sheds: some thoughts on the sociology of Fiji elections / Paul Geraghty
  • Election observation missions to the 2006 Fiji election / Graham Hassall and Jeannette Bolenga
  • The major parties. The cycles of party politics / Jon Fraenkel and Stewart Firth
  • Defending the inheritance: The SDL and the 2006 election / Alumita Durutalo
  • The strategic impasse: Mahendra Chaudhry and the Fiji Labour Party / Samisoni Pareti and Jon Fraenkel
  • The failure of the moderates / The Yellow Bucket Team
  • Issues. The impact of the Promotion of Reconciliation, Tolerance and Unity Bill on the 2006 election / Mosmi Bhim
  • Reflections on the economic and social policies of political parties at the 2006 election / Biman Chand Prasad
  • Broken promises: women and the 2006 Fiji election / Rae Nicholl
  • The media and the spectre of the 2000 coup / Michael Field
  • Case studies. From marginalization to mainstream? Rotuma and the 2006 election / Kylie Jayne Anderson
  • Tailevu North: five years down the line / Anare Tuitoga
  • Bose ni Vanua and democratic politics in Rewa / Baro Saumaki
  • Whatever happened to Western separatism? / Apolosi Bose and Jon Fraenkel
  • The 'Generals'
  • where to now? / The Yellow Bucket Team
  • Analysis. Elections and nation-building: the long road since 1970 / Robbie Robertson
  • Indigenous title disputes: what they meant for the 2006 election / Morgan Tuimaleali'ifano
  • Bipolar realignment under the alternative vote system: an analysis of the 2006 electoral data / Jon Fraenkel
  • Fiji's electoral boundaries and malapportionment / Kesaia Seniloli / The role of the Assembly of Christian Churches in Fiji in the 2006 election / Lynda Newland
  • The role of Hindu and Muslim organizations during the 2006 election / Jonathon Prasad
  • Perspectives. Fiji's system of elections and government: where to from here? / Laisenia Qarase
  • Tainted elections / Mahendra Chaudhry
  • A view from the Electoral CommissionvGraham Leung
  • Multiparty cabinet and power-sharing: lessons from elsewhere / Jon Fraenkel
  • Women and minority interests in Fiji's alternative vote electoral systemvSuliana Siwatibau
  • The case for reform of the electoral system in Fiji / Rev. David G. Arms
  • 31 An election retrospective / Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi
  • Epilogue Understanding Fiji's political paradox / Robert Norton
  • Addendum. The Fiji coup of December 2006
  • who, what, where and why? / Jon Fraenkel
  • Appendix 1. Multiparty government in Fiji: a timeline, 1997-2006 / Piccolo Willoughby
  • Appendix 2. 2006 election results.