THE National Federation Party is waiting for President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau to assent to the new Constitution before it discusses the document in detail.
NFP general secretary Vishwa Nadan said the party would call a working committee meeting soon after the Constitution is given the thumbs-up by the President.
"Since the working committee is the NFP's supreme body, any official comment or position of the party on the Constitution would only be from the committee," he said.
Mr Nadan said the committee's meeting venue was likely to be somewhere in the Western Division.
"The way I see it, the minorities are disenfranchised by this Constitution. There is no possibility of the minority getting into Parliament," he said.
"It will take ages for people to take away the race-based voting system. However, we subscribe to the idea of one man, one vote.
"But despite what we say, the racial component will play a major part come the elections."
Mr Nadan said the NFP would need to have negotiations with other political parties in the countdown to the elections next year.