Voters in Fiji, Wednesday, went to the polls to cast their votes in the third parliamentary elections since the adoption of a new constitution for the country in 2013.
About 342 candidates are competing for 51 seats for a new four-year parliamentary session, according to Anadolu Agency.
Voting closed at 18:00 (06:00 GMT).
The Fiji First party, led by Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama, is running against the People’s Alliance Party led by former Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka.
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Bainimarama, 68, seized power in a coup in 2006, but introduced a new constitution for the country in 2013, and his party later won the 2014 and 2018 elections.