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PSV operators to provide normal services

By SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Update: 2:18PM ALL public service vehicles will provide normal transport services on Election day.

Confirming this at a press conference today, Transport Ministry permanent secretary Commander Francis Kean says this is to cater and facilitate people's transportation needs to their respective polling stations around the country..

Mr Kean said the government expected a full turn-out at all polling stations following arrangements with the PSV operators to provide normal service on the day.

He said the Fiji Bus Operators Association, Fiji Minivan and Carrier Association, Fiji Minibus Association and Fiji Taxi Association have also reaffirmed and reassured their normal operation on September 17.








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