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Candidates call to serve

Siteri Sauvakacolo And Nasik Swami
Sunday, June 15, 2014

THE Social Democratic and Liberal Party has announced a strong line-up of provisional candidates for the September general election.

Party leader Ro Teimumu Kepa said they were proud of the calibre of their provisional candidates.

The Rewa chief said the people of Fiji should feel confident in the candidates, as they were "worthy representatives to look after their interests in parliament".

"Today (yesterday), they receive their commissions and call to service from SODELPA. It is a summons to national duty," Ro Teimumu said.

"They march under the SODELPA banner. But their mission is to serve all the people, all communities, and all sections of our society, wherever they live.

"For all those who applied and could not be accommodated, I say thank you for your assurances of continuing support."

She said the candidates would work towards protecting Fiji's needs.

Provincial candidate list:

Ro Teimumu Kepa, Ratu Naiqama Lalabalavu, Ratu Viliame Tagivetaua, Josefa Dulakiverata, Kiniviliame Kiliraki, Ratu Suliano Matanitobua, Mikaele Leawere, Luke Ratuvuki, Nanise Nagusuca, Ratu Viliame Niumataiwalu, Anare Jale, Anare Vadei, Ratu Sela Nanovo, Ratu Isoa Tikoca, Viliame Gavoka, Sitiveni Loco, Niko Nawaikula, Jeremaia Namuaira, Ratu Osea Bolawaqatabu, Simione Drole, Iosefo Nainima.

Urban candidate list:

Ratu Jone Kubuabola, Dr Tupeni Baba, Pio Tabaiwalu, Dr Mere Samisoni, Losena Salabula, Tomasi Vakatora, Salote Radrodro, Penina Ravulo, Mitieli Bulanauca, Laisani Qaqanilawa, Parayame Cakacaka, Semesa Karavaki, Colonel Samuela Saumatua, Simione Rasova, Ratu Jone Bouwalu, Marika Lewaqai, Ratu Nemia Vainitoba, Viliame Satala.

National candidate list:

Mick Beddoes, Abdul Sahim Cavalevu, Sushil Shudhakar, Nirmal Singh, George Shiu Raj.


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