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Honourable Ambassador (retired)
|Member of Parliament
September 1977 – 13 April 1987
5 December 1986
|Preceded by||Adi Losalini Dovi|
|Succeeded by||Parliament Abrogated along with 1970 Constitution; Constituencies reorganised under 1990 Constitution|
|Constituency||Eastern General National Seat (1972–1977) Vanua Levu/Lau/Rotuma (1977–1987)|
|Ambassador to the Empire of Japan, Republic of South Korea & The People's Republic of China|
16 January 1988 – 29 May 1993
|Preceded by||Ratu Tui Cavuilati|
|Succeeded by||Robin Yarrow|
|Born||12 June 1928
Sawana Village, Lomaloma District, Vanua Balavu Island, Lau Province, Fiji
|Political party||Alliance Party (Fiji)|
|Spouse(s)||Adi Alisi Davila Walker nee Uluiviti
1.Martha Jean Walker (deceased)
2.Lilian Davila Walker-Ahtack
Charles Walker (born 12 June 1928) is a retired Fijian civil servant and Alliance Party politician and former diplomat. He was born in the village of Sawana in the Lomaloma district on Vanua Balavu island in the Lau Archipelago.
Walker was a Member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister from 1977 through 1987. served as Ambassador to the Empire of Japan, Republic of South Korea & The People's Republic of China from 1988 through 1993.
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