The term House of Chiefs is a collective term used to refer to the Fijian nobility, which consists of about seventy chiefs of various ranks. It is not a formal political body and should not be confused with the former Great Council of Chiefs, which was a political body with a prescribed constitutional role. The membership of the two bodies did, however, overlap to a great extent.

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  • The term House of Chiefs is a collective term used to refer to the Fijian nobility, which consists of about seventy chiefs of various ranks. It is not a formal political body and should not be confused with the former Great Council of Chiefs, which was a political body with a prescribed constitutional role. The membership of the two bodies did, however, overlap to a great extent. (en)
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  • The term House of Chiefs is a collective term used to refer to the Fijian nobility, which consists of about seventy chiefs of various ranks. It is not a formal political body and should not be confused with the former Great Council of Chiefs, which was a political body with a prescribed constitutional role. The membership of the two bodies did, however, overlap to a great extent. (en)
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  • House of Chiefs (Fiji) (en)
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