EDUCATION Minister Filipe Bole is yet to decide whether or not he will contest the 2014 general election.
In an interview yesterday, Mr Bole said the 2014 general election was the last thing on his mind.
"Election is the last thing on my mind. I am not thinking of elections at the moment," he said.
And as the Bainimarama government's promise of holding Fiji's general election draws closer, some ministers have started to declare their interest to contest the elections.
Minister for Women Dr Jiko Luveni has said she would contest the general election in a bid to empower women in the country.
Dr Luveni said she would like to be part of Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama's party.
She said if given the opportunity, she would declare her interest in a transparent manner and stand.
"I belong to the Prime Minister's party. The Bainimarama government's party so, of course, I am available to stand if I am considered.
"We have to work on the criteria for selection so if I do qualify under that election process, definitely that is the party that I will stand for."
Dr Luveni said Commodore Bainimarama's proposed party was yet to form its structure.