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Vanua Levu West Indian Communal is an electoral division of Fiji, one of 19 communal constituencies reserved for Indo-Fijians. (Of the remaining 52 seats, 27 are reserved for other ethnic communities and 25, called Open Constituencies, are elected by universal suffrage). The electorate covers Bua Province and other western areas of the northern island of Vanua Levu.

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Election results

1999

Candidate Political party Votes %
Anup Kumar Fiji Labour Party (FLP) 4,630 61.39
Biman Chand Prasad National Federation Party (NFP) 2,912 38.61
Total 7,542 100.00

2001

Candidate Political party Votes %
Surendra Lal Fiji Labour Party (FLP) 4,332 65.20
Raman Pratap Singh National Federation Party (NFP) 1,765 26.57
Sadiq Mohammed New Labour Unity Party (NLUP) 315 4.74
Dildar Shah AIM 201 3.03
Raj Pranay United Fiji Party (SDL) 31 0.47
Total 6,118 100.00

2006

Candidate Political party Votes %
Surendra Lal Fiji Labour Party (FLP) 4,886 73.75
Charan Jeath Singh National Alliance Party (NAPF) 950 14.34
Suvenay Kumar Basawaiya National Federation Party (NFP) 708 10.69
Bijay Prasad United Fiji Party (SDL) 48 0.72
Suresh Chand National Alliance Party (NAPF) 33 0.50
Total 6,625 100.00

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