Friday, September 26, 2014


Read a copy of the Interim Report delivered to the Fiji President and the Chairman of the Electoral Commission and Supervisor of Elections and the International Observer Group on behalf of SODELPA, NFP & FLP.

It details accounts of tampering during the Voting process around the country and raise real doubts about the credibility and integrity of the Election. It also questions the position, integrity and conduct of the Electoral Commission and Supervisor of Election and his Office in not taking seriously the allegations outlined in the report.


Vanua Levu Ballot Pepers just Arrived & Yet to be Verified!!

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Election officials at Natovi jetty receive a container of ballot box from Vanua Levu yesterday. Picture: ATU RASEA

Fiji Times

24 September 2014

Saneem: Ballot papers to be kept in store for safekeeping

FOLLOWING the general election, the ballot papers will now be stored safely for at least six months. That's the confirmation from Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem as ballot boxes with counted ballot papers from the general election has started to arrive in Suva from other divisions.
"The ballot papers will be stored for safekeeping for six months - it will be kept at the William and Goslings facility in Wailekutu in Lami," Mr Saneem said.
He said it was kept safe for verification purposes.
SODELPA general secretary Pio Tabaiwalu questioned why the ballot papers were still coming in ships from Vanua Levu when counting had finished.
"What we want to know from the Fijian Elections Office is why are they bringing it now when the election is over?" Mr Tabaiwalu asked.
"If they have tallied the protocol of result, I can't understand why they are sending it now and besides, what verification do they have from what piece of paper because the protocol of result is in that box," he claimed.
In response, Mr Saneem said the ballot boxes from Vanua Levu were that of the counted ones.
"It's the September 17 ballot papers that are now coming for storage from the North," he said.

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