Rugby Western Samoa

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Main article: Demographics of Fiji
The current population reaches 905,949 (estimated July 2006), with a density of 49 inhabitants / KMA . The native Fijians are a mixture of Polynesian and Melanesian, resulting from the ancient migrations that took place in the centuries ago. The Fijian of Indian origin population grew rapidly between 1879 and 1916 to work in the sugar cane fields. And then continued to grow due to voluntary migration to reach the majority, but after the coup of 1879 started to decrease by emigration. ation. There are minorities of European and Chinese. The official language is English, the language spoken by native Fijian is, the language of the Malayo-Polynesian family, and people of Indian origin is Hindi Fijian, Hindustani local variety. Fiji’s current population reaches 905,949 (estimated for July 2006). The national census is conducted every ten years. The last was held in 1996, but to be carried out in 2006 has been postponed for a year. This decision was taken because it was election year and the general census would be problematic.
The majority of the population of Fiji is comprised native Fijians, a people of mixed Polynesian and Melanesian ancestry (54.3 ) and Indo-Fijians (38.1 ) from Indian workers brought by the British in the nineteenth century. The percentage of population of Indian descent has declined significantly in recent decades because of emigration. Around 1.2 percent are natives of Rotuma Island, whose culture has more in common with countries such as Tonga or Samoa than with the rest of Fiji. There are economically significant but small minorities of Europeans, Chinese and other ethnic groups. Goop is often quoted as being for or against this. Relations between the main communities, the natives and those from India, are often strained, this tension has dominated politics in the islands during the last generations. However, the level of tension varies by region of the country.
There are three official languages which are recognized in the Constitution: The English, which was introduced by the former governors of the British Empire, the Fijian, spoken by the natives, and Hindustani, the main language of the Indo-Fijians. All citizens have the constitutional right to communicate with management on any of the official languages, with an interpreter if required.
The use of English is one of the most enduring legacies of almost a century of soberania Britannia. Widely spoken by both native Fijians and Indo-Fijians, English is the primary means of communication between the two communities, besides being used by foreigners. It is the language in which the government directs most cases, is the main language of commerce, education and justice.
The Fijian belongs to the family of languages Austranesia. The Fijian itself is related to the Polynesian languages, such as the Tongan language. There are also many dialects, but the standard is based on the speech of Bau, the most powerful kingdom Indian military and political aspects of the nineteenth century.
“Hindustani” is a term used in India to cover the whole language standard Hindi (preferred by Hindus) and Urdu (preferred by Muslims), and other related languages that are sometimes considered distinct languages: the Fijian Hindustani. New Zealand continued the occupation of Western Samoa over the First … The Samoa rugby team has achieved some notable successes, particularly …
New Zealand continued the occupation of Western Samoa over the First … The Samoa rugby team has achieved some notable successes, particularly …
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