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Party aims to be part of the new leadership

Tevita Vuibau
Wednesday, August 23, 2017

THE Unity Fiji party says should it decide to join a coalition, compromises will have to be made by those involved.

Party leader Savenaca Narube made the comments yesterday in response to questions on the party's stance on coalitions and the compromises needed to form them

He said Unity Fiji was holding talks with political parties that shared in the vision of uniting the nation and were motivated to be part of the political integration needed to achieve this.

Read Mr Narube's plans to remove divisive policies in your copy of The Fiji Times newspaper or see the story on our E-Edition which you can subscribe to at this link: http://subs.fijitimes.com.fj








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