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Fiji military leader says no elections for 5 years

CANBERRA, Australia – Fiji’s military ruler defied international pressure to announce elections by Friday, confirming that he would not hold them for at least five years and setting the stage for his country’s ouster from a South Pacific bloc. “I think we made it quite clear that is not going to happen,” military chief Commodore Frank Bainimarama told Australia’s Sky News television in an interview broadcast Friday. “There will be no elections until September 2014,” he added. Full Story

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