THE Social Democratic Liberal Party wants the provisional rolls of registered voters made public.
SODELPA spokesman Dr Tupeni Baba said the transparent principle should be adopted and the list of registered voters made available.
"So far, all that we have heard is that there has been a good response in the registration of voters for the 2014 general elections. But the public have not seen any evidence of this," he said.
"Whatever may be the reasons for this delay, SODELPA believes that the people who have come out to register at their own expense and time have the right to see their names and those in their communities, villages and settlements so they can make some assessment of the engagement of their communities in the upcoming elections.
"This would assist if they are to be involved in some necessary preparations to ensure the voices of the people in our communities decide the outcome of the elections."
Dr Baba said according to a recent Ministry of Information statement, about 540,000 voters had registered so far.
But, he said, "we have not received any provisional rolls to enable the people to check those rolls for themselves and to see whether members of their communities, villages and settlements have in fact been enrolled".
"Political parties which play an important role in any democracy are now setting up their branches throughout Fiji.
"They have no way of finding out the names of people in various settlements and villages who have been enrolled other than actually checking out each and every house in the community to assess the level of registration done."
Dr Baba said provisional rolls were made available at various stages of the registration process in the past but none of these had been produced so far.
"Surely it is time now that we get some provisional rolls of local voters at least for a start. Provisional rolls of external or overseas voters could follow later," he said.