Tu‘i‘onetoa denies Edwards’ allegations he breached agreements and People’s Party collapsed; legal action imminent

    Kuo fakahā ‘e he Palēmia Fili’ ki he Kaniva’ te ne faka’ilo ‘a loea Williams Clive Edwards Snr ki he ngaahi tukuaki’i 'ikai mo'oni kuo ne fai kiate ia mo ‘ene Paati ‘A e Kakai’. Pehē ‘e Pōhiva Tu’i’onetoa 'oku 'ikai mo'oni kotoa e ngahi tukuaki’i ni pea ko e feinga pe ke tukuhifo ‘a hono pule’anga kuo teu ke fokotu’u’. Na’e kau he ngaahi tukuaki'i ‘a Edwards ‘i ha’ana polokalama vitio mo Teisina Fuko e pehe ne 'ikai ke fai pau ‘a Tu’i’onetoa ki ha’anau fepalomesi'aki tokua mo e hou'eiki nōpele' fekau’aki mo e tokolahi 'o e kau fakafofonga Fale Alea ke 'oange ‘e Pōhiva ki he kapineti'. Na'e toe tukuaki'i ‘e Edwards kuo movete Paati 'a e Kakai pea ‘oku ta’efe’unga ‘a Tu’i’onetoa ke palēmia. Na’e toe pehē ‘e Tu’i’onetoa ‘oku kei lele lelei pe ‘ene pāti’ pea ‘oku ‘i ai e mamahi ‘ia Edwards mo Fuko tu’unga ‘i ha ‘āseniti fakataautaha.

    Elected Prime Minister Pōhiva Tu’i’onetoa has vehemently denied allegations that he breached his alleged agreement with the nobility before he won the premiership. He also denied claims his new People’s Party was in disarray. Hon. Tu’i’onetoa described the claims as blatant lies and said they were made to discredit the proposed cabinet. The allegations were…


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