Tonga

Another attempt at a no confidence motion


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The Democratic Party of the Friendly Islands is to make another attempt to move a no-confidence motion in the government today. The party has been trying since June to get a no-confidence motion constructed but to date has failed to meet the Speaker of Parliament’s requirements.

Radio New Zealand international reports that the Speaker has restricted the submission to 49 pages in order to speed up the process.

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