All Fiji Citizens living in Japan are now being advised that the Voter Registration Exercise for the 2014 Fiji General Election will be undertaken soon. The Embassy of the Republic of Fiji in Tokyo will be coordinating this exercise and as such we need to ascertain the number of eligible Fiji nationals that are going to be in Japan during the General Election which is scheduled to be undertaken in September, 2014.

The voting age for the upcoming General Election has come down to 18 and those that fall in this category should advise the Embassy of the Republic of Fiji, Tokyo of your addresses and contacts so that we can further communicate with you in due course.

Please note that the urgency of this exercise is such that the Embassy of the Republic of Fiji, Tokyo would like to receive your contact information (Full name, Date of Birth, Address, Telephone, Email) no later than the 25th of January, 2013. For more information, you can contact Second Secretary, Ms. Kelera Wright on telephone: 03-3587-2038 or email: rakavosa@fijiembassy.jp. Your cooperation will be highly appreciated.


Fijian President Re-Appointed For Three Years

His Excellency, the President of Republic of Fiji, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau was on Monday morning, 12 November 2012 re-appointed  for another three years at a swearing-in ceremony at Government  House. The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama, alongside Cabinet ministers, dignitaries and the diplomatic corp.


Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama congratulating HE the President of Fiji

Ratu Epeli was sworn-in by Chief Justice Anthony Gates, who administered the Oath of allegiance and the Oath for the Due Execution of the Office of the President. His Excellency following his reappointment ceremony inspected a full military guard of honor.


HE the President inspecting a full military guard of honor