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Elections supervisor challenges adjudicators

Nasik Swami
Tuesday, May 13, 2014

SUPERVISOR of Elections Mohammed Saneem has challenged his adjudicators to ensure that all Fijian voters are moved correctly to their relevant polling venues.

Mr Saneem said the moving of voters would require great attention as they verified each registration detail and identified the proper venue.

"I know that you are more than capable of living up to my expectations and ensuring minimal inconvenience to voters," he said while speaking at the induction training of adjudicators in Suva recently.

"You are now part of a special team tasked with delivering a successful election that Fijians will never forget. All of you here this morning are an integral part of that process.

"We will not leave any stone unturned in our efforts to maintain the integrity of the electoral process."

Mr Saneem said all staff members recruited so far by the Elections Office were the best for their designated jobs and would provide the best services expected of them.

He said the integrity of the election staff members were one of the pillars of the Elections Office.

"We have made it clear that staff of the Fijian Elections Office are politically neutral and professionally competent," Mr Saneem said.








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