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YOUR GUIDE TO THE 2014 ELECTION

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Saturday, August 30, 2014

THE Fiji Times Special Edition Your Guide to the 2014 Election is out.

The 64-page special edition has been put together by a team of journalists and sub-editors, to provide information that should be useful to voters as we count down to the September election.

The edition includes messages from both the Commissioner of Police Ben Groenewald, and the Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces Brigadier General Mosese Tikoitoga on the roles the two disciplinary forces play leading up to and during the event.

You can read the profiles of aspiring candidates, features on the leaders of the various political parties, independents, and special in-depth features on our former leaders and past elections.

You can check out candidate profiles and their numbers, and read about the responses of the various parties and independent candidates on pressing issues that affect the people of Fiji.

It is a comprehensive voter guide designed to be reader-friendly and provide as much information as possible for the aspiring voter to make that important decision at the polls.

You can get a copy for just $1 at outlets that sell The Fiji Times.





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