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Surely the law and not the Fiji Corrections Service decides if an inmate can vote?

Corrections Services to determine inmates voting

16:03 Sat Mar 29, 2014

 

 

Taken from/By: FBC News
Report by: Mika Loga

The Fiji Corrections Service is yet to decide whether inmates will cast their vote in the September 17 General Elections.

Assistant Corrections Commissioner, Viliame Bulewa told FBC News, Corrections Commissioner, Colonel Ifereimi Vasu is yet to make a decision on the matter.

“Talks have been ongoing with that as well and we’re hoping that something will transpire later. But that will be entirely depend on the decision after discussions on that issue.”

Bulewa has described the issue as an interesting one for the Corrections Services.

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One thought on “Surely the law and not the Fiji Corrections Service decides if an inmate can vote?

  1. In normal democracies when you go to jail, you loose certain freedoms including the right to vote. In Australia and NZ, this is the case. In Fiji, The Master criminal will need the other criminals to support him……If you are in Jail and dont vote for frank, you know what will happen….thats another 1500 votes for frank, plus the 8000 from the army, and thre restfrom Muslims…still not enough dickhead.

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