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The suspension against Fiji Opposition Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) has been lifted with immediate effect.
Registrar of Political parties Mohammed Saneem says the party has complied and the Parliament will be notified accordingly.
Emele Duituturaga has also been approved as the registered officer of the party.
She was appointed General Secretary over the weekend.
Meanwhile, senior officials SOLDEPA say they are united despite talks of a breakaway party.
Party member Sitiveni Rabuka has confirmed to FBC News that the idea of forming a new party has been brought up by certain members.
However, SODELPA General Secretary Emele Duituturaga says they will just have to wait and see.
“But you know there are many things said about our party and I guess time will tell but SODELPA is very much a registered party and everyone is still a member of SODELPA,” she said .
SOURCE: FBC NEWS/PACNEWS
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