All constitutional offices in Fiji have been revoked following Ratu Josefa Iloilos declaration last week of the 1997 Constitutions abrogation.
The vacant posts include the Supervisor of Elections, the Ombudsman, the Auditor-General, the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Commissioner of Police, and the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Fiji .
The Fiji Times says a spokesman of the Information Department said those required to stay would be reappointed.
To date only four decrees have been gazetted since the 1997 Constitution was repealed and a new legal order instituted.
The decrees only provide for the Head of State and the caretaker prime minister and his caretaker Cabinet.
The constitutional post of Commissioner of Police also remains operational.
State officials and police spokespersons said Captain Esala Teleni remains the office bearer.