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Supporters march through city

Shayal Devi
Sunday, July 13, 2014

ABOUT a 100 supporters of the Social Democratic and Liberal Party took part in the first march organised by the political party in Lautoka yesterday.

SODELPA leader Ro Teimumu Kepa commended the western SODELPA nominees who worked at the party premises.

"They worked together to ensure that today's program was able to run smoothly because they had police directing traffic and motorists were waiting whilst the marching took place," she said.

"All I can say is it was very well organised. I would commend the Western Division people, right down from the provinces of Ra to Nadroga," Ro Teimumu said.

She said there were many people who came out to support the party during their visit to the west.

"There were people on the side of the road clapping, cheering and thanking the party supporters who were marching.

"I know that once the SODELPA nominees and party supporters visit all the towns and settlements, I am sure there will be greater numbers coming out to vote SODELPA."


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