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Virisila Buadromo (born 1972) is a Fijian political activist and former journalist, who is currently the Executive Director of the Fiji Women's Rights Movement (FWRM). Previously, she was the news director for FM96. Contents 1 Political positions 2 2006 coup d'état 3 Personal life 4 Sources Political positions On 15 August 2006, Buadromo called for abortion to be legalized in Fiji. [1] 2006 coup d'état Main article: 2006 Fijian coup d'état Buadromo strongly condemned the military coup which deposed the elected government of Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase on 5 December 2006. The Fiji Times quoted her on 12 December as saying that Fiji had a "coup culture" which was perpetuated by the failure of successive governments to prosecute perpetrators of earlier coups, from the 1987 coups onwards. The Fiji Village news service reported on 9 December that she had issued a strong warning to any persons interested in applying for ministerial positions in a Military-backed government that participation would be illegal, and that the FWRM was documenting events in the wake of the coup. On 20 December, the Fiji Times and Fiji Sun quoted her as extending the blacklist to persons taking up positions in the civil service. "These are not private appointments. You are being offered positions on the boards of statutory or corporatised bodies, which are partially public or government-owned. This is the same as accepting a position in the illegal interim government," Buadromo said. She had already condemned lawyer Rodney Acraman on 15 December for accepting the position of Ombudsman and Chairman of the Fiji Human Rights Commission. [2] Fiji Village quoted Buadromo on 11 December as saying that on 4 December, she had received a call from an anonymous male who tried to intimidate her into ceasing her campaign against the Military. [3] A number of news agencies reported on 25 December that Buadromo, her partner Arshad Daud, and fellow-pro democracy activists Imraz Iqbal, Jacqueline Koroi, Laisa Digitaki, and Peter Waqavonovono had been summoned to Suva's Queen Elizabeth Barracks around midnight. There were allegations that soldiers had assaulted some of them, and had forced all of them to walk a long distance to the outskirts of the city and told to find their way home. [4] [5] [6] On 23 December, Commodore Frank Bainimarama, Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces, had accused Buadromo, along with lawyer Imrana Jalal, of having published his personal e-mail address and mobile telephone number in newspapers, which was causing him problems, he said. [7] Personal life Her father, Seni Buadromo, a former Lord Mayor of Suva, and her mother, Liku, are both from the Lau Islands. She has four sisters. Buadromo is not married, but lives with her partner, Arshad Daud, an Indo-Fijian [8]. Sources Wansolwara Print, April edition, 2002 (most information in this article, except where otherwise noted, is gleaned from this source). v · d · e International Women of Courage Awards 2007 Jennifer Louise Williams · Siti Musdah Mulia · Ilze Jaunalksne · Samia al-Amoudi · Mariya Ahmed Didi · Susana Trimarco de Veron · Mary Akrami · Aziza Siddiqui · Sundus Abbas · Shatha Abdul Razzak Abbousi · 2008 Suraya Pakzad · Virisila Buadromo · Eaman al-Gobory · Valdete Idrizi · Begum Jan · Nibal Thawabteh · Cynthia Bendlin · Farhiyo Farah Ibrahim · 2009 Wazhma Frogh · Norma Cruz · Suaad Allami · Ambiga Sreenevasan · Hadizatou Mani · Veronika Marchenko · Mutabar Tadjibayeva · Reem Al Numery · 2010 Shukria Asil · Shafiqa Quraishi · Androula Henriques · Sonia Pierre · Shadi Sadr · Ann Njogu · Lee Ae-ran · Jansila Majeed · Marie Claude Naddaf · Jestina Mukoko · 2011 Roza Otunbayeva · Maria Bashir · Henriette Ekwe Ebongo · Jianmei Guo · Agnes Osztolykan · Eva Abu Halaweh · Ghulam Sughra · Marisela Morales Ibañez · Yoani Sanchez · Nasta Palazhanka Persondata Name Buadromo, Virisila Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1972 Place of birth Date of death Place of death