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Proposed HOPE Party working on support base

Proposed HOPE Party is not saying anything on the progress of a signature drive to get registered. It is understood that it is struggling to hit the 5000 target as
15 Aug 2017 18:32
Proposed HOPE Party working on support base
Pita Waqavonovono

Proposed HOPE Party is not saying anything on the progress of a signature drive to get registered.

It is understood that it is struggling to hit the 5000 target as required by law.

Vice-president Pita Waqavonovono directed queries to adviser Mick Beddoes.

Mr Beddoes said there would not be any comments until the exercise was completed.

The newly registered Unity Fiji Party began its signature drive much later and recorded 9400 signatures.

It prompted questions on why it has taken long to register proposed HOPE.

Mr Waqavonovono said he would ask the interested public to wait until the party was registered as many were looking for an alternative party.

Mr Waqavonovono also reaffirmed that he would not be returning to SODELPA even though there had been overtures from the party to get him back.

Party general secretary Adi Litia Qionibaravi said she was not aware that the pary was interested to get Mr Waqavonovono back.

Edited by Naisa Koroi

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