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Bainimarama takes oath as Fiji’s democratically elected PM
  FijiFirst Leader, Voreqe Bainimarama took his oath as Fiji’s democratically elected Prime Minister before President, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau at Government House. The FijiFirst will form the next government as it has secured 32 out of the 50 seats in the new parliament. The final official tally of the 2014 general elections s
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FijiFirst secures 32 out of the 50 Parliament Seats
The FijiFirst Party will form the next government as it has secured 32 out of the 50 seats in the...
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495,105 votes from 2,022 polling stations processed, FijiFirst leads with 292,870 votes
495,105 votes from 2,022 polling stations have now been processed by the Elections Office and according...
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No concrete evidence given by 5 parties as FijiFirst set to form the next govt
The Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Chen Bunn Young has revealed that there is still no concrete...
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Elections was free and fair - Elections Office
The Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Chen Bunn Young stressed that the 2014 general election was...
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12 member Fiji 7s team named

Ryan has included four new caps including Nadroga’s Apisai Naqaliva and Savenaca Rawaca, Nadi’s Senivalati Ramuwai and Hideaway Hurricanes sensation, Eminoni Nasilasila...

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