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Proposed Parties Unite

“We are merging as one party because we are one. We are all believers of one kingdom and we know that the last Government to run this nation is God.”
23 Aug 2022 16:23
Proposed Parties Unite
From Left Manoa Sefanaia Saunikalou and Pastor Tuiloma Tawaivuna.

Two proposed political parties are now merging as one after their proposals to register separately were rejected by the Fiji Elections Office.

Rejected proposed Kingdom United Party and proposed All People’s Party are expected to form the new proposed All People’s Kingdom Party.

Proposed Kingdom United Party leader, Manoa Sefanaia Saunikalou, said the party had a meeting with the proposed All People’s Party on Friday and discussed the way forward.

“We have decided that we will merge the proposed two parties into one and will now name it ‘All People’s Kingdom Party’,” Mr Saunikalou said.

“We will submit our documents to the Fijian Elections Office this Thursday at 3pm. “We made sure that all the documentation is ready.”

“We are merging as one party because we are one. We are all believers of one kingdom and we know that the last Government to run this nation is God.”

Mr Saunikalou believed that the new proposed party was what Fiji needed. Proposed All People’s Party leader, Eleventh Hour Ministry, Pastor Tuiloma Tawaivuna, said the two parties were confident to stand in the 2022 General Election as one party.

There are currently nine registered political parties.

 

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