What do you call the people of Fiji?
There is a University of the South Pacific located at Laucala Bay Sports City Fiji Islands. Also there is a Fiji School of Medicine in Tamavua. University of Fiji is located in Lautoka, Fiji School of Hospitality located in Nasese, Fiji Theological College located in Tailevu, Fiji School of Nursing located in Tamavua and the Fiji Institute of Technology located in Samabula. These tertiary, universities, and schools serves the people of Fiji and the Pacific.
Before Fiji was colonised to England, Fiji was divided into many many kingdoms. There were kings, queens, princesses etc....after colonization all was dissolved. A few people are of royal descent in Fiji. These people do not engage much with public and simply resides in the village of there forefathers. They are not well known as much as their forefathers.
fiji was classed as a country in 1842 when the president of fiji wanted to involve fiji in the lists of contries also it was getting over populated and becoming a tourist holiday so they had to sell it to people which made estate agents very rich. when Fiji was made a country more people moved to live there, 49% of the world went and visited in the first 3 months.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1QzTx6o_U0 Yes, elections in Fiji are held in every 5 years. But, in 2006 the democratically elected Fiji Government was thrown out of the Parliament House. Fiji currently have an Interim Government serving and catering less then a million people in Fiji. The next General elections in Fiji is that to be held in 2014.