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Elections: Nominations close at midday

By SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
Monday, August 18, 2014

Update: 10:05AM NOMINATIONS of candidates for next months general elections closes at midday today.

All parties and independent candidates who wish to contest the election will have to submit their nominations before midday.

The Social Democratic Liberal Party media manager Sainiana Radrodro said party general secretary Pio Tabaiwalua and Anasa Vocea would submit their nominations at 11am at the Elections Office.

The National Federation Part leader Professor Biman Prasad was also expected to lodge their nominations with Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem at 9am.

Other parties the FijiFirst and the Fiji Labour Party would also their nominations before midday at the Elections Office.








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