Constituency Boundaries Commission chairman and Suva based lawyer, Suresh Chandra said the CBC would send out copies to the public in the next week for their judgement.
“It’ll be up to them (the public) whether they approve of the copy or reject it and sufficient time will be given for them to lodge a complaint or to query the decision taken by the CBC,” said Mr Chandra.
He said the CBC had already considered making changes to the boundaries because of the change in voter population.
“We looked at the different boundaries and made calculations and to some extent changes will be made with comparison to voter population,” said Mr Chandra.
“We have to average the boundaries with the number of constituencies.”
Meanwhile the Electoral Commission will wait for the new Supervisor of Elections, Felicity Heffernan, to take up office before making any further decisions on the election process.
Chairman M.K. Sahu Khan said the Commission was continuing on with its work but further discussion on the matter would have to wait until the election chief returned from New Zealand.
“Any decisions regarding the elections have been put on hold until the new Supervisor of Elections takes up office which isn’t until July 5,” said Mr Sahu Khan.