THE Social Democratic Liberal Party is telling its supporters not to be blinded by the new Constitution.
SODELPA general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu raised the issue of why there were decrees when the Constitution, "which should be the supreme law of the land, is in place".
"There should have been a comprehensive analysis done of all the decrees and those not in line with the Constitution looked at."
Mr Tabaiwalu said the party's electorates had to be well-informed about the Constitution in the countdown to the 2014 elections.
On the possibility of the party forming a coalition with other political parties, he said: "We are part of the United Front for a Democratic Fiji which is a forum where major political parties are speaking.
"The things that we have in common are democratic rule, free and fair elections and freeing up the media."
Last week, SODELPA said its support was "intact" and it was determined to get the support of voters between 18 and 28 years old.
Mr Tabaiwalu said it was very important for the party to reach out to voters in that age group because they made up a significant percentage of the voter population.
The party is also expected to meet in few weeks to appoint a new leader to replace the former leader and former prime minister Laisenia Qarase. In the meantime, the party is in the process of setting up branches around the country, right down to the village level.