FIJI NEWS
September 03, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Fiji's Elections Office managed to register a total of 488,734 voters through Electronic Voter Registration (EVR) in the last eight weeks.

With the EVR ending last Saturday, a total of 2,824 voters were registered on the final day.

1,837 people registered in the Western Division, 1,299 in the Central, 749 in the North and 6 in the Eastern Division.

A total of 197,167 voters are now registered in the Central Division, 187,767 in the Western Division, 81,415 in the Northern and 22,385 in the Eastern Division.

Registration has now closed across all centres for atleast two and a half months to allow the Elections Office to carry out data verification and analysis.

By Reginald Chandar

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