PRIME Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama says he would subject himself to the will of the Fijian people at the polls before the end of September 2014.
During the assent to the 2013 Constitution by the President on Friday, Commodore Bainimarama said the Fijian people would pass judgment on him and his political party under the new Constitution.
He said every month that passed, Fiji was building the foundations of its new parliamentary democracy.
"Close to 540,000 Fijians have registered to vote for the 2014 election and four political parties have registered thus far," Commodore Bainimarama said.
"We are now more just and a more caring nation. Our reforms have strengthened our independent institutions and created new ones to increase accountability and transparency, and to remove systemic corruption."
He said Fiji's voice in the world had never been stronger.
"We serve the international community not only through our UN peacekeeping but with our volunteer retirees who are raising standards of education and health in our smaller neighbours."