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Party drawcard

Avinesh Gopal
Monday, June 02, 2014

SHE is no longer an office bearer of the political party she founded with others.

But Adi Sivia Qoro says she is very much still an integral part of the People's Democratic Party.

Adi Sivia, who hails from Yasawa, was the interim president of the PDP, which elected its office bearers about two months ago.

Asked about her political future, she said, "I will contest the general elections.

"I have yet to file my application but I'm in the drawcards to being a candidate."

"I'm really very much an integral part of the PDP," said Adi Sivia who was doing her groundwork in the Western Division last week.

The consultant with an international organisation was with the Fiji Labour Party before she formed the PDP with other people.

In an earlier interview with this newspaper, she had said she would reveal at the right time whether she would contest the September general election.








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