"WE have to be ready to have elections in 2014, otherwise we will have a Constitution crisis."
Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum made these remarks during a recent Constitution briefing saying a provision in the Constitution stated Fiji should hold an election no later than September 30.
"You will know that there is a provision in the Constitution that says the elections must be held no later than 30th of September, so we have to be ready," Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said.
He also assured the people that this could be done.
He said they already have two reports, from the commonwealth, one from the European Union and the other from New Zealand.
Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said they were ready and willing to help Fiji.
He said the government was sticking to its plan of having the elections carried out in one day.
"It can be done, we have already registered now close to 540,000 voters.
"There is announcements in respect of permanent offices being opened in the Western Division very soon, and we also hope to go out and register the voters living offshore.
"So it's all on track, yes there's a lot of work to be done, there's a lot of rules and regulations that need to be prepared to make sure everything is transparent, that's why its important to have the electoral commissions also appointed."
Mr Sayed-Khaiyum said at this stage they were planning to have close to 3000 polling stations, to ensure that they could get voting done in one day.