AG MEETS SENIOR DIPLOMATS FROM BANGLADESH AND THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Two visiting senior diplomats accredited to Fiji have been given personal briefings on preparations for the forthcoming General Election by the Attorney General, Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum.

Attorney-General Mr Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum presenting a copy of the 2013 Constitution to the Non Resident Ambassador for the Czech Republic, Mr Martin Poll.The AG held separate meetings today with the Non Resident High Commissioner for Bangladesh, Lieutenant General Masud Uddin Chowdhury and the Non Resident Ambassador for the Czech Republic, Martin Poll. Both men also represent their countries in Australia and are based in Canberra.

The AG explained various aspects of the election preparations and outlined Fiji’s plans for a multi-national observer group to monitor the election. He said monitors would be required not only on polling day itself – September 17th – but in the lead-up to the election and for a period after voting has ended.

Attorney-General Mr Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum presenting a copy of the 2013 Constitution to the Non Resident High Commissioner for Bangladesh, Lieutenant General Masud Uddin Chowdhury.

In his meeting with the High Commissioner for Bangladesh, the AG discussed the possibility of Fijians in a number of fields undergoing training in Bangladesh. And with the Czech envoy, he discussed the possibility of a closer relationship between the Fijian Ministry of Industry and Trade and its Czech counterpart.

During the meetings, the AG presented both diplomats with copies of the Constitution.

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