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Fiji's government targets another newspaper 27/11/2008
08:00:01

Fiji's interim government has confirmed it's seeking jail sentences for another newspaper editor, and publisher over contempt of court charges.

The interim attorney general has begun contempt proceedings against the Fiji Times editor and publisher over a letter it ran criticising the High Court panel which ruled the 2006 coup was legal.

Pacific correspondent Campbell Cooney reports another newspaper, the Fiji Daily Post, will today makes its first appearance in court.

The interim Attorney General has confirmed he is seeking the same sentence against its editor Robert Wolfgramm and Australian based publisher Allan Hickling, as he is pursuing against the Fiji Times.

The Daily Post case is set for mention this morning, with the Fiji Times's next appearance scheduled in a week.

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