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Fiji: Now a secular nation

Fiji has a new Constitution that makes it a secular nation, with separation of Church and State. Dr Max Wallace explains.

SECULARISM: THEY JUST DONíT GET IT!

Once again, church leaders have raised objections to the establishment of a secular state based on erroneous representations of what secularism means – this time in Fiji. Dr. Meg Wallace comments.

 

FIJI: AHEAD OF THE PACK IN RECOGNISING SECULARISM

Provisions in the recently adopted Fijian Constitution are an excellent model for incorporating both equality and freedom when it comes to establishing state-belief separation.

NEW ZEALAND OUTFLANKED BY FIJI

It is paradoxical that Fiji is more constitutionally democratic than New Zealand, says Max Wallace.


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