Fiji's opposition National Federation Party says it wants the Prime Minister to call an inquiry into the sacking of two senior managers at Fiji TV.
The chief executive and the head of content were both dismissed this week.
The Chairman of Fiji TV has said the sackings were done to ensure the company had a better chance of getting its six-monthly licence renewed.
The NFP leader Biman Prasad says the implication is concerning.
"That's a very serious admission. That is what we are saying, that it suggests interference in the way in which the management and the board of Fiji TV has been able to operate. No commercial enterprise should be dictated to by government on the basis of them withholding a licence to operate."
Biman Prasad says the Prime Minister must take decisive and swift action.
Last year, FijiTV sacked a veteran reporter after the regime leader reportedly told the station to choose between keeping the reporter or keeping its licence.