20th September 03:54 PM
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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 evidence provided to the Electoral Commission to back the allegations made by five political parties. The five parties failed to deliver any form of evidence last night despite a 5pm dead-line given by the Electoral Commission. The Fiji Labo
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