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Manual launch

Atasa Moceituba
Wednesday, August 20, 2014

ABOUT 30 people turned up to witness the launch of Fiji's first Candidates Manual at the Fiji National University, Nasinu campus yesterday.

The Candidates Manual is a handbook provided for candidates, polling agents, party officials and the media to help them understand the electoral process and the obligations they need to abide with during election campaigns and elaborate more on the responsibilities and requirements each candidate must remember in order to contest for a seat in parliament.

The handbook publication is funded by the Government of Japan under their Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects and is published by the Fiji National University.

Japanese Embassy charge d'affaires Kazuo Tsukada said their assistance to the project indicated their commitment towards the improvement in living standards and the welfare of the Fijian people.


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