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A total of 16, 209 Fijian voters are expected to cast their votes today for prepolling around the country.
Supervisor of Elections Mohammed Saneem says 3,741 voters are in the Central Division, 3,397 in the Western Division, 4, 216 in the North and 4,855 in the Eastern Division.
Saneem says there will be 21 pre-polling venues in the central, 16 in the East, 29 in the North and there will be 32 in the West.
A total 69,472 voters have been registered for prepolling compared to 66,389 in the 2014 general election.
The Fijian Elections Office has since Monday covered 260 pre-polling venues.
The Supervisor of Elections said that 69, 472 voters have been registered for pre-polling compared to 66,389 in the 2014 general election.
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