Attorney General of Fiji
Fiji's chief governmental legal officer is the Attorney General. The office is usually held by the Minister for Justice, although they are distinct offices. Like other members of the Cabinet, the Attorney-General is appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister. According to the 2013 Constitution of Fiji, the Attorney-General is required to be a registered legal practitioner in Fiji, with not less than fifteen years' post-admission legal practice, either in Fiji or internationally. The Attorney General is a member of the Cabinet of Fiji, and is normally expected to be a Member of Parliament. The Prime Minister may, however, choose an Attorney General from outside Parliament if he or she considers that there is no suitably qualified Member of Parliament who supports the Gov
Attorney General of Fiji
Fiji's chief governmental legal officer is the Attorney General. The office is usually held by the Minister for Justice, although they are distinct offices. Like other members of the Cabinet, the Attorney-General is appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister. According to the 2013 Constitution of Fiji, the Attorney-General is required to be a registered legal practitioner in Fiji, with not less than fifteen years' post-admission legal practice, either in Fiji or internationally. The Attorney General is a member of the Cabinet of Fiji, and is normally expected to be a Member of Parliament. The Prime Minister may, however, choose an Attorney General from outside Parliament if he or she considers that there is no suitably qualified Member of Parliament who supports the Gov