Raman Pratap Singh

Raman Pratap Singh

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Raman Pratap Singh is a Fijian lawyer and politician of Indian descent. His father, Ram Jati Singh, was a member of the Legislative Council, elected on the National Federation Party (NFP) ticket. Raman contested the 1994 election on the NFP ticket, winning the Bua Indian seat in the House of Representatives. Singh was elected President of the mostly Indo-Fijian National Federation Party (NFP) on 31 July 2005, replacing Dorsami Naidu, who resigned facing sexual assault charges (of which he was subsequently acquitted).

Singh's immediate task was to fight the parliamentary election, held on 6–13 May 2006, with the hope of regaining representation for the NFP, which it lost in the 1999 election. The attempt was a failure, with the party dropping to just 6 percent of the vote, its lowest ever.


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