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Voter instruction booklets distributed

By TIMOCI VULA
Saturday, August 30, 2014

Update: 6:19PM THE Fijian Elections Office is distributing the Voter Instruction booklet to all pre-poll areas today.

Vehicles loaded with the booklets left Suva today, which the elections office said was sufficient quantity to be distributed to those pre-poll areas.

A statement from the FEO said vessels were also hired to transport the booklets to bigger islands, from where it would be dispatched to nearby smaller islands.

FEO civic education teams in the Central, Western and Northern divisions are moving from house to house also distributing the booklets, it said.

A complete lift out of the Voter Instruction Booklet, the sample copy of the Ballot Paper and the Allocation of Seats is in todays Fiji Times and Fiji Sun.

Meanwhile, the Fiji Football Association also approved the FEO to place the booklets on the grandstand seats at the ANZ Stadium before the start of the knockout stages at the Battle of the Giants this afternoon.

The FEO will continue to distribute the materials in the coming days.








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