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Parties to follow the law

Nasik Swami
Saturday, July 05, 2014

THE National Federation Party leader Biman Prasad says he will uphold the party's integrity and declare his assets and liabilities before the deadline.

He said the party's president Adi Tupou Draunidalo would do the same.

"We have nothing to hide.

"We are transparent in our dealing and we do things rightfully," Mr Prasad said.

The People's Democratic Party president Lynda Tabuya said they would also follow the law.

"PDP is committed to upholding the law," Ms Tabuya said.

She said the party was happy to provide the declarations and would do so in due course.

According to the Political Parties Amendment Decree, any person who, on or before June 30, 2014, was appointed as an office holder or a registered officer of a political party and who has not provided the registrar with a statement containing the required information, shall within 30 days from June 30, provide the declaration of assets and liabilities in respect of that person, his or her spouse and children.





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