Party stands by its identity, manifesto

SODELPA and Opposition leader Sitiveni Rabuka. Picture: RAMA/FILE

THE Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) will continue to uphold its identity and what the manifesto covers for the wellbeing of all Fijians.

Party leader Sitiveni Rabuka says they will continue to preach the message of what SODELPA upholds, what SODELPA is and the party manifesto.

“We have learnt from last year’s general elections and lessons from previous elections that were made known to me so we have tried to map out strategies and ways of making sure that everyone understands who we were and what we are,” he said.

“It’s the same message we take forward and that is who we are, what we are and what we stand for as a party.

“From last year’s annual general meeting until this year’s AGM, it covers what the party stands for and is in our manifesto.”

Mr Rabuka said everything said in Parliament by party parliamentarians should be in accordance with what SODELPA stood for.

“That is better governance and wellbeing of the people of Fiji.

“We need to get the message across and what we are telling the people is they now have a choice, a better choice, they have an alternative.

“That we have something better by preaching our message effectively and widely as possible in leading up to the next election.”

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