FIJI NEWS
July 18, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji's Central Division has registered the highest number of voters for the 2014 elections to date, reaching a total 58,828.

 43,326 people have been registered in the West, 24,166 in the North and 4,187 in the East.

A total of 130,507 Fijians have registered around the country with the Elections Office confirming a total of 15,124 registrations for yesterday.

4,102 people registered in the Central Division, 7,060 in the Western, 2,871 in the Northern and 1,091 in the Eastern.

The provisional figures for today will be released tomorrow.

By Ropate Valemei
 

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