Fiji Invites Israel To Send Observers To 2014 Elections

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Jewish state yet to respond to request

SUVA, Fiji (Fijilive, Dec. 23 2013) – Fiji has requested the Israel Government for observers for the 2014 General Elections, the Jerusalem Post said.

According to the report, the Jewish state has not made a decision yet although they are considering Fiji's request.

The Fijian Government has in recent months also considered Melanesia Spearhead Group (MSG) and PNG observers for the elections.

There have also been a show of interest from the European Union (EU) to send observers.

For the 2006 elections, 126 international observers including reps from the EU, NZ, US the Commonwealth, the Pacific Forum were accredited to monitor elections.

The Australian Govt did not send an observer group but had five diplomats from the Australian High Commission in Suva registered as independent observers.

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