77,907 registered voters will be voting during pre-poll which begins on Monday at 613 venues.
Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem says the Fijian Elections Office will start deploying teams from this week to remote areas and outer islands so that Fijians living in these areas could cast their votes.
Voters can access pre-poll times, venues and the schedules of where their teams will be from the FEO website on www.feo.org.fj/pre-poll-voting/ and their Facebook page.
Saneem says schedules for pre-poll have also been shared with the respective Turaga-ni-Koro, District Advisory Councilors and the Roko Tui so that voters in their areas could be informed.
The Supervisor says for the 2022 General Election, the FEO has also put pre-poll road signs in each of the locations where pre-poll will be taking place.
He says registered voters are reminded to bring their Voter Cards to the Polling Station and if they are unsure of anything while inside the Polling Station, they can seek the assistance from the Presiding Officer.
Saneem adds the Voter Instruction Booklet will be widely distributed in pre-poll locations and this is currently underway in the Central, Northern and Western Divisions while distribution in the Eastern Division has already been completed.
The FEO teams will also be carrying copies of the booklet with them to give out to every voter as they enter the Polling Station.
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