Tonga looking for temporary home for March Parliamentary sessions

Kei feinga kau ma'u mafai ke ma'u ha feitu'u ke fakahoko ai 'a e fakataha Fale Alea 'oku 'amanaki ke hū 'i Mā'asi 'aho 5 'o lele ai ki Mā'asi 'aho 15. Ne 'i ai foki e kole ki Siaina he ta'u kuo 'osi ke nau langa ha Fale Alea fo'ou ka 'oku te'eki mahino he'ene holo ko eni 'a e Fale Alea he matangi ko Gita pe kuo fai ha toe lau ki he fokotu'u ko ia 'i he vaha'a 'o e kau taki ni. Kuo lava 'o mo'ui atu e 'uhila mo e vai ki he ngaahi feitu'u 'e ni'ihi tautefito ki Nuku'alofa pea lele foki mo ha ngaahi pausa 'e ni'ihi 'aneefiafi. Kuo a'u foki e mate ki he toko ua he taimi ni

As Tonga struggles to recover from Cyclone Gita, authorities are looking for somewhere to host the next Parliamentary sessions from March 5 to March 15. Parliament needs a place to meet so MPs can process bills and laws that are required for the government’s 2018-2019 budget. A Parliamentary spokesperson said the Speaker’s office was working…


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