In seeking to uphold the integrity of the UN Human Rights Council,
Fiji's own integrity in its support of human rights should be justifiably scrutinised. Many member countries on the Council have appalling human rights records in their own countries. In 2004, Sudan was admitted as a member to the Council when it was engaged in significant gross violations of human rights in the Darfur region
"There are over thousand lawyers here who made the solemn oath to uphold the law. One law that is unconstitutional because it breaches a persons fundamental constitutional and Human Right on freedom of movement is the curfew imposed on Covid free Fiji. Your oath to uphold the law include the responsibility to challenge the curfews illegality under the Constitution."