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Rabuka throws caution to the wind


Nov 03, 2021 04:22:31 PM

Rabuka throws caution to the wind People’s Alliance Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka says they are moving towards the 2022 general elections with caution.

Rabuka told a press conference this afternoon that as the newest political party, they want to sure that they comply with everything that is required by law.

He said the People’s Alliance Party was, for now, open to letters of expression of interest as they have not advertised for members.

“We'd like to make sure that being the youngest or the newest political party, we want to make sure that we comply with everything that's required by the law,” he said.

“So we're going to be calling for candidates to apply but before that people are free to write in by sending in their expressions of interest.

“We will request them to send in their medical report, criminal records clearance, and travel history which is required by law for each candidate to hand into members.

“But before we ask for things that are required by law, we're going to require them to send an email to say that I am from this area and I have had a good connection with my relatives.

“Fiji is one constituency; the candidate will need to have had a broad reach during their career. Some of them are young, but they have established niche groups in various centres,” he said.

 He said any politicians that want to join him in the 2022 general elections will need to resign from their political party.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka




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