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).
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF TONGA
MEETINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
The following clarification is provided for the information of the public due to inquries received by the Office of the Legislative Assembly as to why the Legislative Assembly is not meeting.
At the close of the period for receiving nominations of candidates for the position of Prime Minister at 4.30pm today, a total of two nominations have been received at the Office of the Interim Speaker of Parliament. The first nomination was received on Monday 13 December, and the second nomination was received today. The candidates will be revealed at the meeting of the elected representatives to elect the Prime Minister Designate that will be held tomorrow, Wednesday 15 December at 10am.
Wednesday 15 September – The Legislative Assembly has approved a report, providing a full account of its work for the current parliamentary term beginning in November 2017, and ending in September 2021.
All 16 MPs who attended today’s session unanimously passed it.
The 250 paged report is the first of its kind to be tabled in Parliament’s history, which will be used by legislators as a reference document now and in the future.
It outlines significant events post November 2017 General Election, starting from the election of the Interim Speaker, return of the writ of election, election of the respective Prime Ministers as well as presiding Speaker, Deputy Speakers and Chairpersons of the Whole House Committee.
Nuku‘alofa, Tonga – 6 April 2020 The 2020 parliamentary session will be officially closed tomorrow, Thursday, April 8th in a soft closing ceremony.