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$1.5m campaign budget for SODELPA


Oct 28, 2021 09:57:58 AM

$1.5m campaign budget for SODELPA Fiji's main Opposition party, the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) will have a $1.5 million campaign budget for the 2022 General Election.

Party Leader Viliame Gavoka while confirming this said they will collect the amount through fundraising drives.

Gavoka said the party executives will also ensure their media campaign is strong for the 2022 General Election as this was an area of weakness in 2018.

“One of the shortcomings of the 2018 General Election was that we did have not much media coverage or advertisements,” he said.

“We did not have any advertisements on the radio, television or newspaper. This time we will make sure that our media campaign is strong.

"Our supporters are all over the world and in 2018, through our campaign drives, we collected over $180,000."

“We could have done a better job. We now have a website and we will be going directly to our people for support."

"There are people in the US, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and other parts of the world supporting us,” he said.

Gavoka added that SODELPA has a seven phase plan in place for the next election.

“We have a 2022 General Election plan which has been put in place. This political party has a vision, objective, methodology and aim for the elections,” he said.

“The seven step plan in place is between now and the elections. Step one right now for the Social Democratic Liberal Party is awareness.

 “We are taking the worst-case scenario that the General Elections will be held on July 22. I hope we could know when elections will be held so we could prepare well,” he said.

He said the biggest struggle for the Social Democratic Liberal Party is to make sure people register and vote.

He said about 171,000 people did not vote in the 2018 General Elections and they want to change this so there are more voters in 2022.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

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