Fiji's military chief has begun advertising key ministerial posts in the interim government.
And the man he appointed to replace the elected prime minister will take over the Prime Minister's official office today.
Radio New Zealand International's Walter Zweifel reports from Suva.
Walter Zweifel reports from Suva.
"Dr Jona Senilagakali will start his second day on the job on the fourth floor of Government Buildings in central Suva. Yesterday, he worked out of the military barracks assisted by a military council. Applicants are sought for ministerial positions, while top public servants are being sacked. The supervisor of elections, Semesa Karavaki,is the latest victim of the military's so-called clean-up campaign launched on Tuesday. The process is unfolding under a state of emergency with the military keeping elected politicians at bay and warning the public not to resist. In Suva, I'm Walter Zweifel."