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The Registrar of Political Parties is responsible for the registration of political parties under the Political Parties (Registration, Conduct, Funding and Disclosures) Act 2013.

It is the Registrar’s responsibility to ensure that a proposed party’s application meets the criteria for registration before granting approval.

As part of this process, the Registrar reviews submissions from members of the public objecting to the registration of the proposed party. The Registrar must determine if these submissions are made on legitimate grounds (as in sections 6 and 8 of the Act) and consider them as part of the final decision whether or not to register the party.

Below, you can view the Registrar’s decisions on the respective applications to register as a political party:

Successful Applicants

Fiji Labour Party

 

National Federation Party

 

Social Democratic Liberal Party

 

People’s Democratic Party

 

FijiFirst

 

Fiji United Freedom Party (2nd Application)

 

One Fiji Party

 

HOPE

Unsuccessful Applicants

Proposed Fiji United Freedom Party (1st Application)