Fiji is holding the first truly democratic parliamentary elections in our history by September 2014.
It will be on the basis of one person, one vote, one value instead of the racially weighted formula employed until now.
Any Fijian over the age of 18 or who turns 18 before the election writs are issued is entitled to register to vote in the 2014 elections.
More than half a million Fijians have so far registered through our Electronic Voter Registration (EVR) system. If you are one of these individuals, you can check your registration for accuracy.
You can also download the registration form to save yourself time on the day you go to register.
In 2013, we are beginning the process of registering Fijians living overseas. Click here to check for updates.
The international community is also being invited to participate in this historic milestone in our history.
If you want to form a political party, be an official of a political party or donate to a political party, download a summary of the rules and registration form.
You can also download the full Political Parties Decree.
Every Fijian is gaining an equal voice for the first time. Every Fijian is gaining a vote of equal value. Raise your voice and use your vote for a truly democratic Fiji.