EC Meeting.
EC Meeting 18 August 2023
EC Meeting..
EC Meeting
EC Meeting_
Day 1_ EC Induction Workshop 14 August 2023
Day 1_ EC Induction Workshop
The EC Meeting with the Minister of the Local Government on 14 August 2023
Day 2 of the EC Induction Workshop 15 August 2023
Day 2 of the EC Induction Workshop.
Day 2 of the EC Induction Workshop
Day 2 of the EC Induction Workshop_
Day 3_ After the EC Meeting group photo
Day 3_ EC Members
Day 3_ Group Photo.
Day 3_ Group Photo
Day 3_ Induction Workshop 16 August 2023
Day 3_ Induction Workshop
Slide 1

2018 General Election

Joint Report by The Electoral Commission and Supervisor of Elections

Slide 2

Electoral Commission

2018 Annual Report

Slide 3

Electoral Commission

2017 Annual Report

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The Electoral Commission is constituted as an independent, non-partisan authority that has responsibility for the registration of voters and the conduct of free and fair elections in accordance with written laws governing elections in Fiji.The Electoral Commission is responsible for receipt and returning of the Writ, voter registration and maintenance of the Register of Voters, voter education, candidate registration, settlement of electoral disputes, including disputes relating to or arising from nominations, but excluding election petitions and disputes subsequent to the declaration of election results and monitoring compliance with any written law governing elections and political parties.

The Electoral Commission consists of a Chairperson and Six [6] members, all of whom have been appointed for a term of three [3] years by the President on the advice of the Constitutional Offices Commission.

The current Chairperson is Ms Barbara Malimali and the six [6] members are: Ms Ateca Ledua, Ms Nalini Singh, Mr Nemani Mati, Mr Inoke Loganimoce, Mr Reginald Jokhan and Dr Atu Emberson-Bain.

The Acting Supervisor of Elections is the secretary to the Electoral Commission.