Fiji's anti-corruption unit says it is working out priorities in dealing with the 400 complaints it already has on its books.
The interim Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khayum, says the response has been overwhelming.
But the whole basis of the unit is being questioned.
A spokesperson for the Fiji Women's Rights Centre, Virisila Buadromo, says her organisation still believes the interim regime is illegal, therefore any body set up under this government also lacks legitimacy:
"The mechanisims created to set it up were illegal and the people don't fully understand that and it seem like should the current regime be taken to court and then it found to be illegal or the coup that they put in place is illegal then all the institutions and decisions that they made then become null and void."
A spokesperson for the Fiji Women's Rights Centre, Virisila Buadromo