THE National Federation Party has launched a revamped website in its quest for transparency and a right to information.
NFP president Tupou Draunidalo said the party recognised the importance of the social media in creating a useful discussion on various aspects of the election and policies and plans for different political parties.
"We understand majority of our young people rely on social media to communicate. We are pleased that the NFP youth group has been very effective in passing the party's message to the young people through the social media," she said.
"All our candidates, once announced, will have dedicated Twitter and Facebook accounts which we hope will allow them to keep in touch with all voters while on the campaign trail.
"The NFP, if in government, will establish a national broadband policy to ensure that every single school child has access to internet and ICT facilities."
Ms Draunidalo said the use of ICT as a learning tool was extremely important and it would define access to quality education.
"The new NFP website provides useful information for our voters and supporters. I urge all our supporters and those wishing to find out more about NFP and its policies to visit our website (www.nfpfiji.com).
"Let me also say that the support and affection that has been shown to the party throughout the country since the last two months makes us feel very confident that NFP will do very well in the election," said Ms Draunidalo.