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US Students Visit Parliament

Twenty-five university students and two professors from Gustavus Adolphus College of the United States of America toured the Parliamentary complex and the main Parliament chambers. This is part of their
13 Jan 2015 10:15
US Students Visit Parliament
Students from Gus Gustavus Adolphus College of the United States of America inside the Parliament chambers. Photo: Parliament Republic of Fiji

Twenty-five university students and two professors from Gustavus Adolphus College of the United States of America toured the Parliamentary complex and the main Parliament chambers.

This is part of their month-long course in exploring history and culture in Fiji.

According to their team leader and course co-ordinator, Professor Leila Brammer, the students are enjoying their  visit to Fiji.

“Everyone has been helpful and welcoming and the people are friendly. The students loved the village visit with the generous Fiji hospitality,” Professor Brammer said.

“At Parliament, you greeted us at the last moment with open arms and gave us a big welcome. That is how our entire time here has gone,”

The group also visited Pacific Harbour, Nukutubu Village and the Fiji Museum. The Parliament of Fiji will be organising a range of activities and programmes for all visits to Parliament this year.

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