Fiji. 7 November 2009
Shows President Bainimarama of Fiji making off with the shell of a tortoise. The tortoise (without its shell), representing Fiji, looks terribly vulnerable. Refers to the expulsion by Bainimarama of the two top diplomats of New Zealand and Australia for what he regarded as interfering in Fiji's judiciary.
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