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No credibility in party claims: Sayed-Khaiyum

 

Sep 19, 2014 08:46:40 AM

No credibility in party claims: Sayed-Khaiyum Elections Minister Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum refuses to be drawn into the opposition parties' claims the election is not free and fair saying he "won't give it much credibility."

He said one of the party executives had only a day before praised the process only to change her tune a day later - signing a joint statement with other opposition party leaders saying otherwise.

Sayed-Khaiyum also questioned the timing of the statement saying it could have stemmed from election results favouring the FijiFirst party to form government.

"It is very interesting that they are making these kinds of claims after the count indicates FijiFirst is going to win government," Sayed-Khaiyum said.

"They had all the time. when they found those anomalies they should have brought those to the attention of the election officials immediately.

"FijiFirst polling agents also had their concerns during the process and followed it up in writing with the election officials and it was rectified.

"There were also observer groups these parties could have gone to.

"I won't give it much credibility."

He said he would accept and give credibility to an independent group like the Multinational Observer Group (MOG), which had said in a press briefing yesterday that the election represented the will of the Fijian people.

"They did not find anomalies that would have in any way affected the outcome or the credibility of the election," Sayed-Khaiyum said.

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