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Deadline extension

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Tuesday, August 12, 2014

REGISTERED voters have now until August 20 to correct or change their polling venues for next month's general election.

This was confirmed by Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem yesterday.

"What this means is that if you have registered and would like to change your polling venues/station then you can do so by August 20," Mr Saneem said.

"As you are aware, in the 2014 General Election, a voter can only vote at a polling station he/she has been assigned to. Each polling station will have up to 500 total of assigned voters.

"To change your polling venue, the registered voter has to fill out a form and hand it in to one of our offices."

The form is available for download from the website www.electionsfiji.gov.fj and is also available at the nearest Voter Information Centre. There are 18 Voter Information Centres located around the country.





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