Local government in Fiji

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Fiji is divided administratively into four divisions, which are further subdivided into fourteen provinces.wikipedia
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Rotuma

Rotuma IslandRotuman Islandersdistricts
Fiji is divided administratively into four divisions, which are further subdivided into fourteen provinces; the self-governing island of Rotuma and its dependencies lie outside any of the four divisions.
Rotuma is a Fijian dependency, consisting of Rotuma Island and nearby islets.

Senate of Fiji

SenateSenatorSenators
The provinces used to have direct input into national affairs through the Great Council of Chiefs and the Senate.
14 Senators were chosen by the Bose Levu Vakaturaga (Great Council of Chiefs), though in practice it had chosen to delegate this prerogative to Fiji's 14 Provincial Councils, each choosing one Senator.

Lautoka

Lautoka, FijiLautoka City
In addition, municipal governments have been established for the cities of Suva and Lautoka, and for ten towns.
Lautoka is the second largest city of Fiji.

Municipal elections in Fiji

Municipal electionselected for a three-year term
Each has a city or town council elected for a three-year term, presided over by a Mayor chosen by the councillors from among their own members.
Fiji has established municipal governments for two cities (Suva and Lautoka) and ten towns (Ba, Labasa, Lami, Levuka, Nadi, Nausori, Nasinu, Savusavu, Sigatoka, and Tavua).

Fiji

Fiji IslandsRepublic of FijiFijian
Fiji is divided administratively into four divisions, which are further subdivided into fourteen provinces; the self-governing island of Rotuma and its dependencies lie outside any of the four divisions. Fiji is divided administratively into four divisions, which are further subdivided into fourteen provinces.
Rotuma, some 270 nmi north of the archipelago, has a special administrative status in Fiji.

Suva

Suva, FijiTamavuacapital city
In addition, municipal governments have been established for the cities of Suva and Lautoka, and for ten towns.
Suva has municipal status and is supposed to be governed by a Lord Mayor and a 20-member city council.

Great Council of Chiefs

Bose Levu VakaturagaGCCBose Levu Vakaturaga (Great Council of Chiefs)
The provinces used to have direct input into national affairs through the Great Council of Chiefs and the Senate.
In June 2004, the Great Council of Chiefs was plunged into crisis when the government decided not to reappoint Ratu Epeli Ganilau as one of its six representatives on the Great Council; the Cakaudrove Provincial Council did not give him one of their three seats either.

Rewa Province

RewaRewanProvince of Rewa
Rewa is a province of Fiji.

Central Division, Fiji

Central DivisionCentralCentral District
The Central Division (Fiji Hindi: सेंट्रल डिवीजन) of Fiji is one of Fiji's four divisions.

Namosi Province

Namosi
Namosi is one of Fiji's fourteen provinces and one of eight based in Viti Levu, the largest island.

Serua Province

Serua
Serua is one of Fiji's fourteen Provinces.

Northern Division, Fiji

Northern DivisionNorthern
The Northern Division is one of four Divisions into which Fiji's fourteen Provinces are grouped for local government purposes.

Eastern Division, Fiji

Eastern DivisionEasternEastern District
The Eastern Division of Fiji is one of Fiji's four divisions.

Ba Province

Badistrict of Baa province
Ba is a province of Fiji, occupying the north-western sector of Viti Levu, Fiji's largest island.

2006 Fijian coup d'état

military coup2006 military coupcoup d'état
The Military-backed interim government that seized power in a military coup on 5 December 2006 formally abolished the Great Council of Chiefs in 2012, and the 2013 Constitution promulgated by the regime similarly abolished the Senate.
He quoted Bainimarama's criticism of the chiefly provincial councils, for allegedly dictating to indigenous citizens whom they should vote for, and of the Methodist Church, for allegedly encouraging indigenous "hatred" against Indo-Fijians.

Ba (town)

BaBa TownBa Town Council
Ba is a town in Fiji, 37 kilometres from Lautoka and 62 kilometres from Nadi, inland from the coast of Viti Levu, Fiji's largest island.

Western Division, Fiji

Western DivisionWesternwestern districts
The Western Division of Fiji is one of Fiji's four divisions.

Macuata Province

Macuata
Macuata is one of Fiji's fourteen Provinces, and one of three based principally on the northern island of Vanua Levu, occupying the north-eastern 40 percent of the island.

Sigatoka

Sigatoka, FijiSigatoka Town
Sigatoka (pronounced as Singatoka) is a town in Fiji.

Ba District, Fiji

BaBa DistrictDistrict of Ba
The districts are: Ra, Tavua, Ba, Nadi, Nadarivatu, Keiyasi, Nausori, Navua, Vunidawa, Suva, Korovou, Macuata, Savusavu, Bua, Taveuni, Seqaqa, Saqani, Tukavesi, Kadavu, Rotuma, Lomaiviti, Lautoka.

Lami, Fiji

Lami
It was formally incorporated as a Town in 1977, and had a population of 20,529 at the most recent census in 2007.

Suva City Council

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The Suva City Council is the municipal law-making body of the city of Suva, Fiji's capital.

Lautoka District

Lautoka
The districts are: Ra, Tavua, Ba, Nadi, Nadarivatu, Keiyasi, Nausori, Navua, Vunidawa, Suva, Korovou, Macuata, Savusavu, Bua, Taveuni, Seqaqa, Saqani, Tukavesi, Kadavu, Rotuma, Lomaiviti, Lautoka.

Tavua District

TavuaTavua District, Fiji
The districts are: Ra, Tavua, Ba, Nadi, Nadarivatu, Keiyasi, Nausori, Navua, Vunidawa, Suva, Korovou, Macuata, Savusavu, Bua, Taveuni, Seqaqa, Saqani, Tukavesi, Kadavu, Rotuma, Lomaiviti, Lautoka.
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Tavua, Fiji

TavuaTavua township
Tavua is a town in Fiji, 91 kilometres from Nadi and 9 kilometres from the gold mining settlement of Vatukoula.