A PANEL discussion on issues affecting people in the country will be part of the National Federation Party's working committee meeting tomorrow.
The discussions will focus on the Constitution, the economy, workers' rights, law and order, land tenure, the sugar industry and other problems.
NFP president Raman Pratap Singh said the meeting would be held in two sessions — a panel discussion open to the media and the public followed by the working committee meeting.
"One of the new and major items on the agenda during the panel discussion will also feature climate change and environmental exploitation which has been brought to the attention of party officials by the youth members of the party," he said.
Mr Singh said speakers would include party executives, members, women, youth members and supporters.
The meeting is scheduled to start at the San Bruno Hotel in Nadi at 10:30am tomorrow.
In an earlier interview, NFP general secretary Vishwa Nadan said the party would discuss the Constitution and take a stand.
"We don't know whether we will contest or not. It all depends on the outcome of the working committee meeting this weekend," he had said.
Mr Nadan also said discussions were also expected to be held on the party's golden jubilee celebrations this year.
The party plans to hold the celebrations either next month or in November, and a date is expected to be confirmed at tomorrow's meeting.