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July 04, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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There are now 2475 people registered around the country yesterday after the first day of Fiji’s voting registration process.

The elections office confirmed to FijiLive that 683 people were registered in Nausori, 176 in Levuka, 236 in Lautoka, 72 in Taveuni, 561 at the civic centre in Suva, 474 at the Fiji National University Samabula campus and 273 in Labasa.

Permanent Secretary for elections Mere Vuniwaqa said the registration process has been going well and so far they have encountered little problems.

The registration will run for eight weeks and all Fijians have been urged to register in order to vote during the next elections.

The Elections office is expecting to register 640,000 people from all around the country.

By Mereani Gonedua


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