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Chaudhry still leader

Dawn Gibson And Nasik Swami
Thursday, April 10, 2014

MAHENDRA Chaudhry still remains the Fiji Labour Party's party leader until he receives a sentence, says FLP vice president Monica Raghwan.

Ms Rhagwan yesterday told this newspaper that the party was at the moment waiting for Mr Chaudhry's appeal and that as it stood, he was still the party leader.

"He (Chaudhry) still remains leader until he gets a sentence and then we'll decide," Ms Raghwan said yesterday in Suva.

When asked about what the FLP's focus would be as elections draw nearer, Ms Raghwan said so far they had made some progress.

"Our website is up, ads have gone out to candidates, we've got our party structure of course in place and our main forum is what we call the delegates — the Annual Delegates Conference (ADC).

"So the Annual Delegates Conference is coming up this June and it's the main body which determines and decides on anything and we've got all those things in place at the moment."








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