Fiji's permanent Secretary for Information Sharon Smith-Johns says Fiji's Public Emergency Regulations are under constant review and can be lifted at any time.
The regulations, or PER, include rules on public assembly and the media.
They were first introduced when the consitution was made invalid in April last year and have just ben extended for another month.
Ms Smith Johns says the rules on the media are under particular watch since the media decree was issued in June.
"When the Media Decree came in the Attorney General commented that the PER would be lifted after three months. That is being reviewed but there's no decision on it as yet."
Fiji's permanent Secretary for Information Sharon Smith-Johns