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Hope for 26 seats

Shayal Devi
Sunday, August 31, 2014

THE National Federation Party is hoping to secure 26 seats in the upcoming general election.

Party vice-president Pramod Chand told supporters during a rally in Lautoka yesterday they were hoping to secure six seats in the Northern Division and 10 for the Western and Central divisions.

He also reminded people to be vigilant and open their eyes to the true state of the country.

"Open your eyes and ears and see the truth because this election will give us the direction of whether we are going to be doomed or we are going to rise up," he said.

"If we secure 26 seats, we will be in government.

"We will remove poverty, discrimination and remove the media decree that is stopping these people from reporting rightly.

"Let the people in the media write what they want; don't listen to them."








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