Crown wins appeal to overturn Magstrate’s decision to discharge Lord Tu’ivakanō’s four charges

Kuo tali e tangi 'a e Kalauni' ke fakafoki mai e tikite hia 'e 4 'a Looti Tu'ivakanō ne fakata'e'aonga'i 'e he Fakamaau Polisi' 'o pehē ne 'ikai ha fakamo'oni fe'unga. Ko ha tu'utu'uni fo'ou 'eni 'a e 'Eiki Fakamaau Lahi he 'aho' ni mo ne pehē na'e 'i ai pe fakamo'oni fe'unga ia. Na'a' ne toe pehē 'e 'ikai ngofua ke paaki fakaikiiki 'o e tu'utu'uni' ni na'a uesia ai e teu hopo 'a Looti Tu'ivakanō 'oku fai'.

The Crown has successfully challenged a Magistrate’s decision to discharge four charges against former Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakanō. The Supreme Court said the appeal has been allowed on the ground that there is a sufficiency of evidence to commit the king’s noble for trial on the four charges on a date that is yet to…


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