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Observer group happy with reception

Nasik Swami
Friday, September 05, 2014

THE Multinational Observer Group for the 2014 general election is happy with the way they have been welcomed to conduct observation exercise for the polls by the Fijian Elections Office.

MOG secretariat co-ordinator Andrew Goledzinowski said he had met the Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem and discussed issues regarding the general election.

He said the issues discussed could not be revealed because of the various agreements that they had with the elections office.

Mr Goledzinowski confirmed he had met with various political parties to listen to their views and concerns on the election.

"We are also present at various polling centres around the country and we are doing our observation," he said.

Mr Goledzinowski said they had 19 long-term observers and 65 short-term observers out of which 29 had been accredited. He said the members were from 11 countries including the EU.








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