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Manifesto almost ready

Shayal Devi
Friday, May 09, 2014

THE manifesto for the Social Democratic and Liberal Party has been completed and final inputs are being made by members.

Party media manager Sainiana Radrodro said this was being handled by the executive committee.

Mrs Radrodro said the manifesto would be released soon and policies that SODELPA would address would be revealed.

A chiefly delegation led by Roko Tui Dreketi Ro Teimumu Kepa and members of SODELPA were in the Western Division over the past couple of days to seek blessings from the chiefs and village elders.

She said this was to seek blessings to start campaigning in the Western Division.

"After our visitation to the Western Division, we would be heading back to our office in Suva to prepare for other activities next week.

"We will be focusing on a lot of internal activities like training of our nominees and capacity building.

"We will also look to focus on other parts of Fiji after our tour of the Western Division."

She said the traditional visitation to the Western Division was very good and the party had received a lot of support.

"We are very grateful and acknowledge the show of support we have received this week. We have received overwhelming show of support and we sincerely appreciate this."

The delegation visited Vitogo Village and the Tui Ba yesterday and ended the tour at Tavualevu Village.

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