Bula Vinaka and Welcome to the Fijian Elections Office (FEO) Website.
Here, you can find all the latest information about the FEO’s activities and services.
On 17 September, 2014, the Fijian Elections Office successfully conducted the 2014 General Election. We are currently updating our website, so please bear with us.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Fijian Elections Office is to conduct free and fair elections.
In all elections, we will uphold the fundamental principle that every Fijian has one vote and all votes are of equal value.
It is our duty to ensure that all citizens over the age of eighteen have the opportunity to exercise their constitutional right to vote.
We strive to be professional, just and transparent in our work.
We recognise that in order to maintain the trust and confidence of the Fijian people, we will operate independently without fear or favour.
In all matters, we will uphold the core rights, principles and values of the Fijian Elections Office, which are in line with the 2013 Constitution:
Core Rights, Principles, and Values:
The right to vote. Every Fijian citizen over the age of eighteen has the right to vote.
One person, one vote, one value. Every voter has one vote, with each vote being equal.
Secrecy of the ballot. Every voter has the right to vote by secret ballot.
A single National Register of Voters. Every registered voter shall be listed on a single National Register of Voters.
Honesty, integrity and transparency. The Fijian Elections Office values honesty, integrity and transparency in all its transactions.
Independence. The Fijian Elections Office is an independent body that operates without fear or favour.
Professionalism. The Fijian Elections Office is a professional body that adheres to the highest standards of conduct and practice.
Impartiality. The Fijian Elections Office is an impartial body that shows no preference – in either speech or action – for any individual candidate or political party.