The National Federation Party has today become the first registered political party to formally announce its first batch of candidates to contest the 2014 general elections under the party’s banner.
The first batch of candidates includes, women, youth, a lawyer, former politicians, a trade unionist by profession, cane growers’ representatives, social worker and a medical doctor.
The first lot of candidates are as follows: –
- Tupou Draunidalo
Tupou Draunidalo was elected as the first i-taukei President of the NFP on March 29. She is the 2nd woman President. She brings added strength to the party’s multiracial philosophy and character.
Ms Draunidalo received her primary and secondary school education at Draiba, Veiuto, Suva Grammar and Canberra.
She successfully completed her Bachelor of Laws Degree at the Australian National University in Canberra. She was admitted to the Bar of the…