21 alleged for para-military style training granted bail
December 23, 2015 12:06 am
The Lautoka High Court has granted bail to the twenty men and one woman charged with sedition and urging political violence.
These were remaining accused that were remanded in custody since their arrest in September.
Twenty of the 42 accused were granted bail two weeks ago.
Judge Justice Thusara Rajasighe released the 21 on a personal bail bond of $1000 with two sureties.
They are to report to the nearest Police Station every Saturday and Monday and cannot leave Viti Levu until the case is closed.
They cannot meet with more than three people in public apart from any family occasion and are not to interfere with any witnesses in the case.
The 21 were represented by Mark Anthony, while Semi Babitu appeared on behalf of the State.
The court has also ordered the State to present a bail report on the accused in the next court hearing on February 3.