Fiji's main opposition party has been suspended from parliament for 60 days.
It's the latest development in a feud that has divided the Sodelpa party in two rival factions in recent weeks.
Last weekend saw two separate AGMs appoint two separate executives for the country's main opposition party, which has 21 seats in parliament.
The registrar of political parties, Mohammed Saneem, said political rules and the constitution have been breached, and all Sodelpa appointments have been declared null and void.
"The Social Democratic Liberal Party has now been suspended," he announced at the end of a 37 minute speech. "Failure of the party to remedy the breaches and contraventions of the law will result in the party being asked to show cause why it should not be deregistered."
Mr Saneem's decision leaves Fiji's parliament with only three opposition MPs, from the National Federation Party.
Sodelpa's parliamentary leader, Sitiveni Rabuka, said the decision will not be appealed.
He said remedial action is underway to try and heal the rift.