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Party website now online

Naik Swami
Thursday, April 03, 2014

THE Fiji Labour Party is now online.

Labour leader, Mahendra Chaudhry said members of the public could visit the website on www.flp.org.fj for an insight of the party's history, policies and achievements.

Mr Chaudhry said the website would feature candid views on political, social and economic developments and other issues of interest in the lead-up to the general elections.

"The FLP website has been reconstructed and upgraded," he said.

"It has a clean, uncluttered look, is informative, well organised and user friendly with easy reference to an extensive news archives categorised according to subject headings, chronologically arranged."

Mr Chaudhry earlier said the website would give space to the public to contribute issues which they were not able to do in the media.








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