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FIJI-ELECTION/
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September 04, 2014
An election voting public service message is seen on a large video screen located on the main street...
Suva, Fiji
Election voting public service message is seen on a large video screen located on the main street of...
An election voting public service message is seen on a large video screen located on the main street of the Fiji capital of Suva August 25, 2014. Voters in Fiji's election this month are keen to end a dictatorship that has ruled the South Pacific island nation since a military coup in 2006, but sprucing up its human rights situation, and ties with Western neighbors, will take time. Change could be slow because Voreqe "Frank" Bainimarama, the army chief who seized power to become prime minister, looks set to retain a dominant role, with polls giving his Fiji First Party a strong lead in the run-up to the Sept. 17 election. The much-delayed vote is being closely watched by neighbors Australia and New Zealand, the region's economic and diplomatic powerhouses. They and their Western allies are eager to welcome Fiji back to the fold after eight years of diplomatic, military and travel sanctions that appear to have achieved little. Picture taken August 25, 2014. REUTERS/Lincoln Feast (FIJI - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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