King disappointed commoner not chosen as PM after 2010 election, says new research

Na’e ‘ikai mokoi e finangalo ‘o Kingi Siaosi V kuo’ ne ungafonua’ ki he hoko ‘a Looti Tu’ivakanō ko e fuofua palēmia ‘i he liliu fakatemokālati na’a’ne mokoi ke fakahoko he 2010, fakatatau ‘eni ki ha fakatotolo fakaako kuo hiki tohi ‘o toki tuku ange mai. Na’e mokoi e tama tu’i’ ni ke fili ha taha (tu’a) mei he kakai’ ke palēmia ke fakamahino ko e liliu na’e fai’ ko e taumu’a ke palēmia ‘i he pule’anga fakatemokalati ‘o e 2010 ha taha ne loto ki ai ‘a e tokolahi taha o e kakai’ pea ke mahino ko e 'uhinga ia 'o e liliu ne fai'. Ka ne iku foki ‘o fili ‘a e nōpele ia ‘a ia ko Tu’ivakanō ne fili ki Fale Alea ‘e he toko 30 tupu ‘o e kau nōpele’ pea poupou ki ai ha ni’ihi tokosi’i ‘i Fale Alea ne fili atu ‘e he kakai’. Ko e fakatotolo fakaako ‘eni ‘a e haikomisiona ki mu’a ‘a Nu’u Sila ki Tonga ko Christine Bogle ‘a ia ne ne hoko ko e haikomisiona he taimi ‘o e liliu fakatemokālati ‘o e 2010. ‘Oku toe ‘asi he’ene fakatotolo' ‘a e mahino ne kau ‘a Nu’u Sila mo ‘Aositelēlia ia ‘i hono ta’epoupoua ke vave ‘a e feinga liliu fakatemokālati ne fai’. Ne pehē 'e Bogle ko hono veteki ‘e he tu’i hoko’ ‘a ia ko Tupou VI ‘a e Fale Alea’ he 2017 ne fakakonisitūtone, ka ne ‘ikai fakatemokālati.

King George V was disappointed when Lord Tu’ivakanō became Prime Minister in 2010, new research has claimed. In her PhD thesis, Democratisation in Asia – Pacific Monarchies , former New Zealand High Commissioner to Tonga, Christine Bogle, said the king had hoped to see the first election under the new system come up with a…

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