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Meeting to decide party direction

Nasik Swami
Monday, March 24, 2014

THE National Federation Party has confirmed that former vice-president Ratu Joni Madraiwiwi will be the keynote speaker at the party's AGM on March 29.

Party president Raman Pratap Singh said the AGM, set to be held at Nadi Sangam School, would decide the direction the party takes for the September general election.

"We are all looking forward to the convention. The convention will decide the processes NFP will take in the lead-up to the election," Mr Singh said.

"Over 500 people, including members from all over Fiji, are expected to attend the meeting."

He said the party's manifesto would also be unveiled during the meeting.

AGM agenda:

* Minutes of previous AGM

* Financial audit

- Approval of the audited financial report

* Report by party president on party activities to date

* Election of the office bearers

Positions up for grabs:

* President

* Vice-president

* Treasurer

* Secretary

* Committee members

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