FIJI NEWS
August 20, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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A provisional total of 431,418 Fijians have been registered so far after 2374 people registered at Voter Registration Centres around Fiji Saturday  night.

Of the 2374, 1,058 registered in the Central division, 1155 registered in the Western division, and 161 in the North.

This brings the total number of people registered in the Central division for the 2014 elections to 170,756, in the West - 163,797, in the North 75,533 and 21,332 in the Eastern division.

The initial 8-week of registration closes on August 31 which will see the closure of some EVR centres. A limited number will remain open leading up to the 2014 elections.

By Mereani Gonedua

 

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