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Proposed party to stand alone

Avinesh Gopal
Saturday, May 10, 2014

THE proposed National Youth Party will contest the general election on its own.

Interim president/leader Nayagodamu Korovou believes the proposed political movement can come out victorious over the other political parties.

Mr Korovou said he was invited by a former politician to join another political party but decided not to.

"Our policies are totally different from other parties so it's better for us to contest the general election on our own," he said.

"We can beat the other parties, including the proposed Fiji First."

He said he believed their proposed movement would be a factor in deciding the formation of the next government.

"The other major parties will be fighting against each other and we will be forgotten.

"But we know that the youth votes are out there for us."





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