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FijiFirst raises concern over Electoral Commission’s lack of ability to address issues
The FijiFirst has come out today and raised serious concerns about the Electoral Commission’s lack of ability to address issues like the vandalising and stoning of FijiFirst vehicles over the past few weeks. FijiFirst General Secretary, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said some of their supporters who have the FijiFirst stickers on their vehicles have
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