THE National Federation Party has been asked by one of its longest standing members to seriously consider forming an alliance with other parties if it is to make a real impact in the 2014 elections.
While addressing NFP members in Nadi yesterday, party general secretary Vishwa Nadan said the party should consider forming a coalition.
"We can shout and shout until the cows come home but nothing can be done about the Constitution," he said.
"The only solution to it is to form an alliance and that is why we should be seriously be looking at forming a coalition, the NFP with other parties while it still can thrive as a political party force.
"We will have to consider forming a coalition with other parties or stay out and that is my personal view," Mr Vishwa told about 40 people who attended the meeting yesterday.
Party president Raman Pratap Singh said the party was already working closely with the United Front for a Democratic Fiji (UFDF).
"UFDF is already in existence and we are working together with them now to bring back democracy," he said.
"And maybe at the appropriate stages before elections a decision for a coalition would be made."