Fodor's Expert Review Parliament House
For such a small nation, Fiji's politics have been, and continue to be, exceedingly complex. The Constitutional Amendment of 2013 changed Parliament from a two-house structure (representatives and senate) to a unicameral (or single chamber) legislature with 50 members elected by proportional representation. Parliament resides in the grandiose government buildings on Victoria Parade (opposite the Holiday Inn). It is possible to see Parliament in action by visiting during sitting days, which occur one week every month; check the website for details.