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New party to register soon

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Saturday, June 21, 2014

A NEW political party will join the other registered parties soon to contest the September polls.

The party called the One Fiji Party will register soon.

Party volunteer and spokeswoman Laisa Digitaki said it was a party birthed out of a collective consciousness by its members to reclaim Fiji and her people's true spirit of love back to the hearts of all Fiji citizens.

"One Fiji is a political party platform that seeks to elect honourable and competent new generation of leaders to Fiji's parliament with the sole purpose of bringing together all Fiji citizens as one," Ms Digitaki said.

"This spirit of one source, one people, One Fiji can be manifested through these new breed of Fiji leaders who possess and exercise servant hood leadership principles based on love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control."

She said their proposed party machinery was already collecting and vetting members' signatures from across Fiji and they expected to register the proposed One Fiji Party in the next few days.

She added more details about the proposed One Fiji Party will be released soon.





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