Four political parties will represent the Fijian voters in Parliament for the next four years after the counting of votes was completed Sunday afternoon.
No party has an absolute majority to claim victory in the 2022 General Election, which also means that a coalition is required as it stands.
The current arrangements based on the 470,584 votes cast has FijiFirst 26 seats, The Peoples Alliance 21, the National Federation Party- five and SODELA – three.
The ruling FijiFirst party failed to secure a majority of seats to rule in parliament.
This is calculated on the 470,584 votes that were cast in the election with 3326 invalid votes.
The People’s Alliance Party – led by Sitiveni Rabuka – and the National Federation Party – led by Biman Prasad – formed a pre-election coalition before the election which means the Social Democratic Liberal Party (SODELPA) will decide who forms the next government in Fiji.
The official handover by the Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem to the Electoral commission takes place at 4pm.
The following are candidates amongst the 55 who will be the next Members of Parliament.
Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum, Parveen Kumar Bala, Mahendra Reddy, Hem Chand, Ratu Josaia Bulavakarua Niudamu, Rinesh Rajesh Sharma, Alvick Avhikrit Maharaj, Rosy Sofia Akbar, Vijay Nath, Ioane Naivalurua, Inia Batikoto Seruiratu, Shalen Kumar, Faiyaz Siddiq Koya, Premila Devi Kumar, Jone Usamate, Viam Pillay, Sanjay Salend Kirpal, Joseph Nitya Nand, Semi Tuleca Koroilavesau, Ifereimi Waqainabete, Viliame Naupoto, Aliki Bia, Naisa Tatau Tuinaceva, Mosese Drecala Bulitavu, Ketan Kirit Lal
Sitiveni Ligamamada Rabuka, Lynda Diseru Tabuya, Charan Jeath Singh, Filimoni Wainiqolo Rasokisoki Vosarogo, Manoa Seru Nakausabaria Kamikamica, Isikeli Tuiwailevu, Iliesa Sovui Vanawalu, Siromi Dokonivalu Turaga, Ratu Atonio Rabici Lalabalavu, Jese Saukuru, Ratu Rakuita Solesole Sauramaeva Vakalalabure, Maciu Katamotu Nalumisa, Jovesa Rokuta Vocea, Sakiusa Tubuna, Vatimi Tidara Tuinasakea Kaunitawake Rayalu , Ro Filipe Qaraniqio Tuisawau, Tomasi Niuvotu Tunabuna, Sakiasi Raisevu Ditoka, Esrom Yosef Immanuel, Kalaveti Vodo Ravu, Alitia Vakatai Bavou Cirikiyasawa Bainivalu.
National Federation Party:
Biman Chand Prasad, Lenora Salusalu Qereqeretabua, Agni Deo Singh, Pio Tikoduadua, Sashi Kiran
Viliame Rogoibulu Gavoka, Ifereimi Vasu, Aseri Masivou Radrodro