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Employees of the Electoral Commission in Fiji accused of losing a laptop with a copy of the electoral decree.

Missing Fiji election laptop triggers police search

Updated at  4:49 pm today

Employees of the Electoral Commission in Fiji have been questioned by police after a staff member reportedly took away a laptop with sensitive information.

Fijivillage reports the Criminal Investigation Department is trying to recover the laptop.

The Commission chairman, Chen Bunn Young, says an internal investigation is underway.

Mr Young says he is still verifying the type of data contained in the laptop.

It is not known how the incident is affecting the elections promised for September

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10 thoughts on “Employees of the Electoral Commission in Fiji accused of losing a laptop with a copy of the electoral decree.

  1. These junta farkwits are nothing but a bunch of treasonous moronic bludgers. Where do they find this trash like Bumm Young and Saneem?

  2. i taukei time for action.

    Muslim rule will be in Fiji for many more years.

    This does not happen in any other Pacific Island countries.

    What a shame on i taukei.

    How Khayium has used your own people against you!

  3. Elections shit has already started to happen and elections still some some away!
    Expect more shit – the julaab variety – to happen as we come closer to elections.
    No, no surprises.
    In junta elections shit must happen.

  4. Fiji people fight to have an interim government.

    Otherwise election will be rigged in favour of Bai/ Khayium.

    They know that if they do not rig they will.be in the court.

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