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Application to register

Nasik Swami
Friday, July 18, 2014

AFTER collecting about 6000 signatures, the proposed Activist Peoples Party filed an application to the registrar of political parties in a bid to get registered yesterday.

The proposed party's senior member, Epeli Nabaubau said they had one aim — to unite the people of this country.

"We want to make Fiji the way the world should be, to put the economic growth to a high level and to protect all citizens in this country," Mr Nabaubau said.

He said, the party in government would also address poverty related issues and bring all the races together.

"The proposed name Activist Peoples Party is to protect the people of this country and not hide away the truth.

"We have great supporters, we have already passed the 5000 signature requirement, we have nearly 6000.

"The majority of the signatures are from the Western Division but we have gone to all the divisions."








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