The state prosecutor in Fiji has decided no charges will be laid against a youth activist who staged a lone protest in the capital Suva earlier this year.
The police arrested Jope Koroisavou in June on suspicion of committing offences under the Public Order Act and the Crimes Act.
The Director of Public Prosecutions Christopher Pryde said there was insufficient evidence.
"There is insufficient evidence to support any criminal charges against Mr Koroisavou and therefore the docket has been returned to police and the file closed," he said.
Mr Koroisavou spent two nights in police cells after he was apprehended by the police on 26 June.
His protest involved walking through the main street in Suva wearing a large placard to mark the UN Day of Torture.
The placard bore the names of six victims tortured by Fiji's security forces.
Human rights groups said the detainment highlighted growing concern about people's right to peaceful protest.