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July 31, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji's Elections Office has now registered almost half of the targeted voting population for the 2014 general elections.

Across all Voter Registration Centers (VRCs), the total number of people registered till yesterday stands at 305,631 while the targetted population is over 600,000.

 122,381 registrations have taken place in the Central Division till now while the Western Division has registered 107,675, Northern Division 61,266 while the Eastern Division has registered a total of 14,309 voters.

The 8-week Electronic Voter Registration (EVR) process ends on the end of this month.

By Ropate Valemei



 

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