Fiji's military led government has been sent a letter saying 600,000 people have signed a petition for elections this year.
Commodore Frank Bainimarama has said the earliest the elections will be held is 2014.
Many of the people who have signed the petition are linked to the democracy movements in New Zealand and Australia, like Suliasi Daunitutu.
A member of the Fiji Democracy Movement in Australia, Mr Daunitutu says people in Fiji have endured a lot in the past four years and elections should not be delayed any longer.
He says Fiji citizens are afraid to speak openly so they're doing it through the political parties, hence the strong support for the petition.
Mr Daunitutu says the leaders of the Fiji Labour, SDL and National Federation parties all submitted a list of their members to be included in the document.