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A group of former Vanuatu opposition MPs says it intends to legally challenge the president's decision to dissolve parliament.
The International Commission of Jurists says the rule of law is broken in Nauru and neighbouring countries should voice their concerns.
Flights to and from the French Pacific island of Wallis have been cut after villagers occupied the airport at Hihifo, stranding hundreds of passengers.
A cafe owner from the Fiji town of Lautoka remains in hospital under military guard after an alleged police assault.
About 40 children have died of an unexplained illness in Papua.
Fiji's Maritime Safety Authority says the entrance to Suva Harbour is safe for shipping following the sinking of a vessel there yesterday.
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Fiji's former police commissioner says repeated interference by the military was one of the reasons for his resignation; Vanuatu's president's decision to dissolve the country's parliament could be challenged in court; Meanwhile, an expert in Vanuatu's politics says the decision comes as little surprise; A lawyer for a Nauru opposition MP says the country's justice minister is pursuing a personal vendetta; And; Pacific countries try to boost women's representation in the region's parliaments.
Fiji's former police commissioner says repeated interference by the military was one of the reasons for his resignation.
A group of former opposition MPs in Vanuatu are considering challenging the president's decision to dissolve parliament in court.
Vanuatu's president dissolves parliament; Lawyers 'losing hope' for Nauru opposition; Regional experiences shared to boost the number of Pacifc women MPs; MSG faces major challenges amid lingering fractures; A NZ immigration lawyer says Many Pasifika families are unfairly deported; And in Sport: Samoa ends up making a profit from All Blacks test.
A specialist in Vanuatu governance issues says the president's decision to dissolve the country's parliament comes as little surprise.
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