The military-backed interim government in Fiji has changed its approach to board membership.
After the coup in December, the military commander, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, said no one would be allowed to serve on more than one board of public enterprises to avoid a conflict of interest.
But now the interim finance minister Mahendra Chaudhry said the interim regime has made a decision that people will be allowed to serve on more than one board.
Mr Chaudhry has told the fijivillage website that there is nothing wrong with unionist Felix Anthony serving on two boards.
The interim attorney general Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum says people will be allowed to serve on more than one board in special circumstances.