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This profile was last updated on 4/12/10  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Amnesty International Canada || News Release
www.amnesty.ca, 12 April 2010 [cached]
The decree will further restrain the media from reporting government and military abuses, for fear of reprisals through a kangaroo court," says Amnesty International's Pacific Researcher Apolosi Bose.
The decree will extend and deepen the already widespread censorship provided under the Public Emergency Regulations that have been in force since April 2009.
"Fijian journalists have already been intimidated, threatened and assaulted by the military since media censorship was authorised in April 2009. Now they could face up to five years in jail or fines big enough shut down a media outlet, through a complaints system controlled by government and not bound by formal rules of evidence," said Apolosi Bose.
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"Going by past experience, the decree's generic references to national interest and public order simply mean that the media will not be allowed to criticize Fiji's leaders, members of the security forces, or their supporters and associates," said Apolosi Bose.
Vaturubu's Videos - Matavuvale Network
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Apolosi Bose, Pacific Researcher for Amnesty International recently returned from Fiji,He says cond… Vaturubu Dec 20, 2009 328 views
Pacific Amnesty ...
www.fijivillage.com [cached]
Pacific Amnesty International's researcher Apolosi Bose, who was in Fiji after the abrogation of the constitution in April, prepared the report.
Bose stated in the report that human rights abuses in Fiji include beatings, arbitrary arrests and detention, harassment of human rights defenders, severe limitations on the fundamental rights to freedom of expression, opinion and association.
Pacific Leaders must address high rates of violence against women - Amnesty International Australia
www.amnesty.org.au [cached]
"Without ending violence against women, we cannot fully achieve the goals of the Pacific Plan or the Millennium Development Goals," said Amnesty International's Pacific Researcher Apolosi Bose, speaking from Cairns.
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"Governments need to take proactive measures to protect women's rights by preventing, prohibiting and prosecuting violence against women," said Apolosi Bose.
Pacific Leaders must address high rates of violence against women, News, Amnesty International Australia - Working to Protect Human Rights
www.amnesty.org.au [cached]
"Without ending violence against women, we cannot fully achieve the goals of the Pacific Plan or the Millennium Development Goals," said Amnesty International's Pacific Researcher Apolosi Bose, speaking from Cairns.
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"Governments need to take proactive measures to protect women's rights by preventing, prohibiting and prosecuting violence against women," said Apolosi Bose.
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