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FijiFirst declares its assets

Nasik Swami
Wednesday, July 02, 2014

THE Prime Minister's political party, FijiFirst, has made the declaration of the assets, income and liabilities of its officials and the party.

The declaration was made by party general secretary Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to the registrar of political parties Mohammed Saneem on Monday.

Confirming this, Mr Saneem said his office would have seven days before publishing the details.

Meanwhile, the Elections Office has requested members of the public to inform them of difficulties they might have regarding voting in the September 17 General Election.

Mr Saneem said his office was making polling stations accessible to people in all areas.

"We are creating polling stations closer to residences so people can vote near their residences," Mr Saneem said.

He said with about 1800 polling stations confirmed, plans were in the pipeline to have more.

Mr Saneem said some people from a settlement in Labasa raised concerns on the location of polling stations as they had to travel three kilometres to the exact venue from where they lived.

"Our team carried out an inspection and said there needs to be a polling station in the area," he said.

Mr Saneem advised members of the public to be as quick as they could in alerting the Elections Office about their difficulties.

"The quicker we know, the sooner we will make our assessments," he said.







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