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Turnout pleases SODELPA

Shayal Devi
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

YOUTH support for the Social Democratic and Liberal Party has increased a lot, says leader Ro Teimumu Kepa.

During her visit to the Western Division, Ro Teimumu said the support in Lautoka had been overwhelming given the turnout of the people, particularly the youth.

"What is very evident here is the majority of supporters are the youth," she said.

"So I think it's a good example of how the youth can come out knowing how important it is that they vote for the right nominees in September to ensure the stability of their own future.I can see from the youth who have come with their relatives that this will augur well for the future."

She said youths were an important part of the country and there were many young people working with SODELPA nominees.

"Some youths are volunteers in the party office. They work in the office and some go out in the field with the nominees ."

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