THE People's Democratic Party has thanked the government for engaging the international community in the election process.
"As noted from media reports, Australia, New Zealand, European Union and Commonwealth have been encouraged and allowed by this government to assist in preparations for the elections," said PDP spokesman Nirmal Singh.
"This augurs well for transparency and credibility of the election process.
"I have no doubt, given the current level of engagement, they will also be invited to monitor and scrutinise the polling in 2014."
Mr Singh also said the Auditor-General's report from 2007 and a comprehensive report on the state of the nation should be made public.
"These are fundamental issues that impact people and people must know.
"The PDP is committed to move this country forward and this is only possible when everyone understands that the needs of the people and Fiji must remain paramount."
Being a new registered political party, the PDP has started its groundwork in preparation for the 2014 elections.
And it has also confirmed the names of three candidates to contest the elections.
Mr Singh, a former worker of the US Embassy, is one of the candidates.
The others include lecturer in law at the USP, Lynda Tabuya, and the marketing and imports manager at Turners and Growers, Shamal Singh.
The party is expected to hold a convention within the next two months and put in place its election platform and elect office bearers.
Its interim president is Adi Sivia Qoro and interim general secretary is Sat Narayan, a former police officer.