The Fiji interim government has extended the state of emergency declared after the December military coup for a fourth time.
The latest extension was made by decree signed by the President Ratu Josefa Iloilo.
The Official Gazette says the 30-day extension was made after taking into account what was in the best interests of the people of Fiji.
The Emergency Regulations restrict a number of rights and freedoms granted in the constitution.
The military commander, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, declared emergency rule in December when he purported to be the president.
A month later, he quit that role and appointed himself the interim prime minister.