THE Social Democratic Liberal Party is confident of winning majority seats in next year's elections.
"We are very, very confident of getting 50 per cent plus votes in the elections. Our campaign will be based on facts and we are not going to insinuate anyone," said SODELPA general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu.
"We will take the factual things to people and we are not going to vilify anyone."
Mr Tabaiwalu said there was a need to tell the party's supporters the truth as far as the affairs of the country were concerned.
"We will not focus on personal vilification. We will just focus on issues.
"We respect our voters and they need to be informed in order for them to make an informed decision.
"We are going out and having meetings and informing our supporters on factual matters as far as the country is concerned. The party is having branch meetings right now. The SDL and subsequently SODELPA has a very good support base."
Mr Tabaiwalu also said there was a need for people to follow the principles of honest living, saying the morality of things should also be looked at.
The party is expected to meet later this month to elect a new leader to replace former prime minister Laisenia Qarase.
In an earlier interview, Mr Tabaiwalu said the party's support was "intact" and the party was seriously looking at having a multiracial line-up of candidates in the 2014 elections.