Fiji's main opposition party has pledged to move a motion to launch a parliamentary inquiry into last week's election.
Opposition parties claim they have evidence of irregularities, including ballot box tampering, broken seals and extra materials in boxes.
The leader of the Sodelpa party, Ro Teimumu Kepa, says a bipartisan, independent parliamentary inquiry needs to be launched into aspects of the election, where the public can be given the opportunity to come forward and give evidence.
"This will be the first test of transparency and accountability for the Bainimarma government. If their victory is legitimate then they have nothing to fear from such an inquiry."
Ro Teimumu Kepa says the evidence is being collated into a report for the National Executive Committee.
A preliminary report by the multinational observer group has said the elections were credible.