The People’s Alliance Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka and party general secretary Sakiasi Ditoka were taken in were taken for question by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) at their headquarters at Suva Street last night.
Deputy party leader Lynda Tabua confirmed that Rabuka was taken from his home while Ditoka was taken from the Party Office at 9 Knolly street in Suva.
Both have been released a few hours later.
Tabuya said CID and Police had placed barricades near the CID office to limit the standout.
She said both Rabuka and Ditoka were taken for questioning over the letter he sent to the Supervisor of Election, copying the Commander of RFMF Major General Jone Kalouniwai and also the President of Fiji Ratu Wiliame Katonivere yesterday.
“The letters contained an appeal to the Supervisor of Elections and to the President of Fiji respectively for a manual count of the results of the Election.”
“We are not discouraged by this. We are steadfast and we believe that we are following the processes of any grievance that is afforded to us under the law.”
“We are making the appeal for the glitch that happened on Election night and the fact that we find that the result software escalating the results, we believe the integrity had been compromised and we are asking for a full manual count on the result and to be displayed to the public,” she said.