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September 15, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The National Federation Party (NFP) working committee will be meeting tomorrow at Lautoka to discuss and deliberate on the process of Constitutional development.

NFP general secretary, Pramod Rae said they will also be discussing the party’s submission to the Commission next month.

“The meeting will also discuss electoral systems including the one proposed in the People’s Charter on which the Working Committee,” said Rae.

He said an alternative proposal by Dr Warden Narsey will also be discussed.

“Delegates are expected to raise several economic and social issues including sugar industry, employment and poverty.”

Rae said women and youth members who are concerned about the media decree, particularly the ongoing censorship will also be reporting on their issues and plan.

By Ropate Valemei

 

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