23rd August 07:46 PM
FijiFirst currently leading official tally of 2018 general elections results
By Vijay Narayan
Saturday 17/11/2018
FijiFirst Leader Voreqe Bainimarama, SODELPA Leader Sitiveni Rabuka and NFP Leader

FijiFirst is currently leading the official tally of the 2018 general elections results with 179,900 votes which is 50.17% of the total votes inputted in the official tally.

This is from the official results from 1,752 of the 2,173 counting stations.

SODELPA is in second place on the official tally with 142,402 votes. They have received 39.72% of the total votes inputted in the official tally.

The National Federation Party has 26,443 votes. That is 7.37% of the votes.

Based on the current official results and if these percentages remain, FijiFirst is expected to get 26 parliamentary seats and form government, SODELPA is expected to get 21 seats while the National Federation Party is expected to get 4 seats.

Looking at the top 26 FijiFirst candidates at the moment who are expected to get parliamentary seats if the results continue in their favour:

FijiFirst

1‑Bainimarama, Josaia Voreqe ‑ 133119

2‑Sayed‑Khaiyum, Aiyaz ‑ 13445

3‑Nagata, Alipate Tuicolo ‑ 5636

4‑Bala, Parveen Kumar ‑ 4112

5‑Nath, Vijay ‑ 1594

6‑Reddy, Mahendra ‑ 1569

7‑Pillay, Viam ‑ 1125

8‑Nand, Joseph Nitya ‑ 1108

9‑Kumar, Premila Devi ‑ 1091

10‑Naiqamu, Osea ‑ 971

11‑Seruiratu, Inia Batikoto ‑ 969

12‑Vuniwaqa, Mereseini Rakuita ‑ 952

13‑Kirpal, Sanjay Salend ‑ 878

14‑Maharaj, Alvick Avhikrit ‑ 802

15‑Vegnathan, George ‑ 794

16‑Koroilavesau, Semi Tuleca ‑ 703

17‑Adimaitoga, Selai ‑ 657

18‑Sudhakar, Ashneel ‑ 628

19‑Usamate, Jone ‑ 613

20‑Sharma, Rohit Ritesh ‑ 591

21‑Akbar, Rosy Sofia ‑ 565

22‑Waqainabete, Ifereimi ‑ 558

23‑Sigarara, Jale ‑ 532

24‑Prakash, Vijendra ‑ 453

25‑Bhatnagar, Veena Kumar ‑ 449

26‑Koya, Faiyaz Siddiq ‑ 425

If the current percentage of votes remain for SODELPA, they will get 21 parliamentary seats. The top 21 candidates for SODELPA according to the current votes are:

1‑Rabuka, Sitiveni Ligamamada ‑ 60349

2‑Tabuya, Lynda Diseru ‑ 6651

3‑Kepa, Ro Teimumu Vuikaba ‑ 4395

4‑Nawaikula, Niko ‑ 4285

5‑Bulitavu, Mosese Drecala ‑ 4049

6‑Lalabalavu, Atonio Rabici ‑ 3777

7‑Jale, Anare ‑ 3471

8‑Gavoka, Viliame Rogoibulu ‑ 2938

9‑Vosanibola, Peceli Waqairatu ‑ 2889

10‑Saukuru, Jese ‑ 2826

11‑Rasova, Simione Rokomalo ‑ 2820

12‑Matanitobua, Ratu Suliano ‑ 2738

13‑Bulanauca, Mitieli ‑ 2349

14‑Kuridrani, Inosi ‑ 2299

15‑Tuisawau, Filipe ‑ 2283

16‑Radrodro, Aseri Masivou ‑ 1962

17‑Leawere, Mikaele Rokosova ‑ 1864

18‑Navurelevu, Tevita ‑ 1762

19‑Qionibaravi, Adi Litia ‑ 1747

20‑Radrodro, Salote Vuibureta ‑ 1658

21‑Lalabalavu, Ratu Naiqama ‑ 1625

If the current percentage of votes remain for NFP, they will get 4 parliamentary seats. The top 4 candidates for NFP according to the current votes are:

1‑Prasad, Biman Chand ‑ 9571

2‑Tikoduadua, Pio ‑ 2177

3‑Qereqeretabua, Lenora Salusalu ‑ 1387

4‑Salabogi, Kiniviliame ‑ 1242

Please note the percentages and order of candidates are subject to change based on the votes that are still being inputted by the Fijian Elections Office.

We are still awaiting the official results from 421 counting stations, and the 22 polling venues where voting ended at 6pm.

Meanwhile according to the official results released so far, Unity Fiji has 5,339 votes, the Fiji Labour Party has 2,276 votes while HOPE has 2,191 votes. These three parties are yet to reach the 5 percent threshold to qualify for seats in parliament.  

The input of data will resume later tonight. Stay with us for updates.

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