FALE ALEA ʻO TONGA
ONGOONGO TUKU ATU
TEUTEU KE FAKAHIFO (UNSEAT) MEI HE FALE ALEA HA TOE MEMIPA FALE ALEA KEHE ‘E TAHA
Kuo maʻu ʻe he ʻEiki Sea ʻo e Fale Aleá, Lord Fakafanua, ʻi he ʻaho 6 ʻo Mē 2022 ʻa e Tohi Fakamoʻoni ʻa e Fakamaauʻangá ʻo fakahā hono fakataʻeʻaongaʻi ʻi he Fakamaauʻanga Lahí ʻa e fili ʻo e Fakafofonga Fale Alea ʻo Tongatapu 4, Tatafu Toma Moeaki, ʻi he fili Fale Alea ne fakahoko ʻi he ʻaho 18 ʻo Novema 2021. Ko e ola eni ʻo e hopo ʻa Moeaki ko e kole tuʻunga ʻi he fili (election petition), ʻi he hia ko e totongi ke fakalotoʻi (bribery).
After months of learning from home, forms 2, 5, 6 and 7 students and tertiary students will now return to the classrooms. The curfew will be from 11pm to 5am instead of 10pm to 5am, bars and Kava Clubs will now open to the public but operators will have to apply for a permit from the Ministry of Health.