Minister warns Speaker of economic harm dissolution of Parliament could bring

Na'ina'i e Minisitā Pa'anga' ki he Sea Fale Alea' ke fakatokanga'i 'a e nunu'a tamaki faka'ekonōmika 'a hono veteki 'e he tu'i' 'a e Fale Alea'. Faingata'a'ia ai 'a e pule'anga' hono feinga'i mai ha pa'anga ke totongi 'aki 'a 'ene ngaahi fakamole ma'a e ngaahi sēvesi ma'a e fonua' 'o kau ai 'a e vahe 'a e kau ngāue 'a e pule'anga', faito'o ki he falemahaki' mo e tokoni 'a e pule'anga' ki he fānau ako 'a e ngaahi ako 'ikai 'a e pule'anga'. Ko e fakamole lahi ki heni 'oku fakapa'anga atu ia mei muli pea na'e iku hili e veteki ko eni ke fihia ai 'a e pa'anga $35 miliona mei muli ki he 'u fakamole ko eni. Na'e kouna leva ai 'a e pule'anga ke ne liliu 'a e lao 'a Tonga ki hono 'inivesi 'o e pa'anga tokoni mei muli' pea alea mo e ngaahi pule'anga pe sino fakavaha'a pule'anga ko 'eni' ke fakangaloku mu'a 'enau tu'utu'uni ki he anga 'o hono tuku ange 'o e pa'anga tokoni' ni kae lava ke tokoni ki Tonga he fo'i taimi faingata'a ko eni'.

The Minister of Finance has warned Speaker Lord Fakafanua about the financial harm a dissolution of Parliament could bring. Hon. Tu’i’onetoa made his comment in the House on Monday as part of his statements after his national budget of TP$599.27 million for 2019/20 was tabled on June 10. The government funded 51 percent or $305…


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