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Does Fiji have a Senate?
The Senate of Fiji was the upper chamber of Parliament. It was abolished by the 2013 Constitution of Fiji, after a series of military coups. It was the less powerful of the two chambers; it could not initiate legislation, but could amend or veto it.
Who is ruling Fiji?
|Prime Minister||Frank Bainimarama||FijiFirst|
In which year Fiji had 2 elections?
Two elections, in 1992 and 1994, were held. In 1992, the SVT ruled with the support of other Fijian members and the General Voters Party (GVP), which is supported by non-indigenous Fijians and Fijian Indians.
Who was Fiji’s first prime minister?
List of prime ministers of Fiji (1970–present)
|No.||Prime Minister||Took office|
|Prime Ministers of the Dominion of Fiji|
|1||Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara (1920–2004)||10 October 1970|
|2||Timoci Bavadra (1934–1989)||13 April 1987|
|Vacant (14 May 1987 – 5 December 1987)|
What political system is Fiji?
Military juntaParliamentary republicMilitary dictatorship
How many political parties are there in Fiji?
|Party||Acronym / Abbreviation||Seats in Parliament (2018)|
|Fiji First Party||FijiFirst||32|
|Social Democratic Liberal Party||SODELPA||21|
|National Federation Party||NFP||3|
What political party is Fiji?
National Federation Party
|The National Federation Party|
|Colours||Red and green|
|MPs in the Parliament of Fiji||3 / 51|