#header-inner img {margin: 0 auto !important; #header-inner {text-align: Center ;} Fiji Coupfourpointfive: Registrations pass 200,000 but will it make 600,000?

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Registrations pass 200,000 but will it make 600,000?

Our blogger continues tracking the registrations and says the figures look good but the regime has yet to cross the finish line with its goal of registering about 400,000 people in the next five weeks.




9 comments:

Radiolucas said...

What I think this also shows is just how sad it is that the regime relies on lies and ineptitude, when there are clearly so many intelligent, skilled and loyal people out there who could contribute to our nations growth, instead of having the unenviable job of pointing out the clear failings in those who would claim to be our leaders.

Anonymous said...

As deceitful as this process is, all oppositionists should register to vote. Your vote will be stolen from you in a rigged election, but at least you would be eligible to participate in an exit poll, which would help to demonstrate the regime's election fraud.

normal said...

What the graphs are showing is a normal trend – a build up then a slowing down. Those who have not registered would include SDL and FLP supporters, those in isolated islands and villages, the handicapped, the ignorant, the lame, the sick and dying, the deliberately obtuse and citizens abroad. What a relief there’s no more BS from party hacks. The registration period will be extended off course.

mark manning said...

Is there any point in registering to vote for something which has already been predetermined ?

Anonymous said...

Can Fiji possibly achieve "True Democracy" if we don't get close to 600,000 voter registrations?

Anonymous said...

The voter registration process in Fiji takes a fairly long time to complete, one has to make a comparative study of registration in previous years to get a true picture. Some may forget but you could be in cues up to a 100 meters long and wait for hours in the sun and rain sometimes. So lets not fuss too much as if registration was a smooth process without any problems, after all registration to vote in the general elections in Fiji as i remember is NOT COMPULSORY! Or am i wrong? Mark Manning you can't predict the elections in Fiji because so far we do't know who or which Partys are standing for elections unless you know something we don't? Even if you could , whats the difference in Aussie, the polls already tell you whose going to win anyway!

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous 12:33 PM

"Can Fiji possibly achieve "True Democracy" if we don't get close to 600,000 voter registrations?"

The number of voter registrations and number of voters will not influence whether Fiji can achieve True Democracy.

Democracy or whatever an indaviduals beliefs of democracy is will be determined by how the chosen goverment in power acts.

A goverments idea of democracy may not always be the same as every indavidual they are governing.

mark manning said...

@ anon 4:34 P.M.
Yes, Frank and Aiyaz will vote for the other 200,000.

Anonymous said...

Yes, we can predict the outcome of Fiji's election. Bainimarama will remain dictator, whatever the outcome.