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Province hopes election a success

Ana Madigibuli
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

THE people of Naitasiri are looking forward to the General Election in September.

Naitasiri Provincial Council chairman Eroni Moto Luveniyali said like any other province in the country, Naitasiri was waiting for the election.

He said they hoped it would be a successful one not only for those standing during the election but for the people who would cast their vote.

"People have their own rights which comes under the human rights principles and that includes the right to vote," Mr Luveniyali said.

"So, the people of Naitasiri have the right to vote or to exercise what is right for them and the general election gives them that opportunity."

Mr Luveniyali said the people of Naitasiri were intelligent and enlightened with what was happening around them, so the choice was theirs on whom they wanted to vote for.








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