Pacific Games Council hoping to settle dispute with Tonga out of court

Kuo 'asi 'a e loto fie tukulolo 'i he Pacific Games Council o pehē 'e he CEO Andrew Minoque kuo ne faka'amu ke 'i ai ha faingamālie ke na vete pe ā 'i tu'a mo e pule'anga Tonga' 'a 'ena kikihi fakalao hili 'ene faka'ilo mo 'ene kosilioo' 'a Tonga 'i hono ta'ofi 'a e Keimi Pasifiki 2019. Ne 'eke 'e he kosilio 'a e Keimi 'a e lau miliona pea kikihi'i 'e he pule'anga 'o pehē ke fakata'e'aonga'i pe ko hano tuku tatali. Na'e tali 'e he fakamaau'anga e taukapo 'a e pule'anga' mo pehē ke na toe foki ange 'i Sepitema ke fai ha tu'utu'uni hili hono fekau ke toe fakalele'i mai e 'eke maumau 'a e kosilioo' mo e TASANOC. Na'e taukave foki e pule'anga' ke tatali ke 'osi e Keimi 'i Ha'amoa' ke toki fika'i mei ai ko e hā ha fakamole totonu ke 'eke'i 'e kosilioo'. Ka ko 'eni ngali kuo vai e loto e Kosilio Sipoti 'a e Pasifiki he fekihiaki fakalao' ni.

The legal dispute between the Pacific Games Council and the government of Tonga could be settled out of court, it has been revealed. Games Council chief executive Andrew Minogue reportedly said “the PGC had encouraged their barrister to seek opportunities to settle the case with the Tongan Government”, according to a report appeared on insidethegames…


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