THE Fiji Labour Party says its support from people in the country is "intact".
FLP leader Mahendra Chaudhry said he had been visiting various places in the country and the response from people was positive. "People want the elections held as soon as possible," he said.
"I have been moving around the country and our support is intact. I was in Ba last weekend and most of the people have stated that they want to see a change."
Mr Chaudhry, however, said that talking about the elections now was like putting the cart before the horse.
He said the only clear indication that the 2014 elections would be held would be when Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama forms his political party to contest.
"There is no legislation right now governing the conduct of the elections. Until such time there's a legislation to replace the revoked Acts, then we will know that work is being done.
"The Prime Minister's much awaited political party doesn't seem to be taking shape."
Mr Chaudhry said the Supervisor of Elections and the Electoral Commission were yet to be appointed.
The veteran politician said the FLP had a mini-manifesto highlighting some of the issues that the party would focus on.