Order of Fiji, Companion
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The Order of Fiji was instituted by the President of Fiji, Ratu Josefa Iloilovatu Uluivuda, by the Honours and Awards Act on March 8, 1995. The Fiji Honours System was established to promote national unity and to celebrate outstanding contributions made in service of the State.
The Order of Fiji consists of a General and Military version. The General version features a ribbon with two outer red stripes with a white stripe in the middle. The Military version features an additional narrow red stripe down the centre white strip and crossed swords.
The Companion is conferred upon citizens, or other foreigners by an Honorary Award, in recognition of eminent achievement or the highest degree of meritorious service to Fiji or humanity.
It has an annual contingent of 2 General and 3 Military Companions. Recipients are entitled to the post-nominal letters CF.
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