Party heads for Labour forum

Fiji Times, July 26, 2005

The Fiji Labour Party has invited the heads of the National Alliance Party and the United General Party to its annual delegates' conference beginning tomorrow.

Ratu Epeli Ganilau and Mick Beddoes will speak to Labour delegates on issues pertaining to the 2006 General Election and the Unity Bill.

The highlight of the conference will be discussions on the party's policies.

The polices will be included in its manifesto for the 2006 elections.

The Labour convention will then be held on Saturday where the Reconciliation, Unity and Tolerance Bill will be the main topic of discussion.

Addressing the Saturday meeting will be party president Senator Jokapeci Koroi, leader Mahendra Chaudhry and deputy leader Poseci Bune.

The convention will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the party with the launch of a publication highlighting major events in the party's history.

The party was founded in Suva on July 6, 1985.

The conference and the convention will see delegates from Labour's 21 branches, MPs and senators.

The conference will be held at the Tanoa International Hotel, Nadi, while the convention will be held in the Tilak High School Hall, Lautoka.

Copyright © 2005, Fiji Times Limited. All Rights Reserved.