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Police probe complaints

Salaseini Moceiwai
Friday, September 05, 2014

THREE people in Labasa have been taken in for questioning for allegedly breaching the 2014 Electoral Decree.

Police chief operations officer ACP Rusiate Tudravu said yesterday the trio were alleged to have vandalised a banner of a political party leader hanging on one of the buildings along the main street in Labasa.

"The three are alleged to have vandalised a banner of a political party that was posted on the wall of a building on the main street of Labasa Town," he said.

"Two more people will be brought in for questioning for their alleged involvement.

"Police have conducted the initial investigations and the matter will be handed over to FICAC."





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