Mataa’afa Pledge Deemed Unlawful

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TechInPacific – Samoa Prime minister candidate Fiame Naomi Mataa’afa has been abruptly stopped from the parliament before pledging for the position on 9 April.

Financial Review reported that Mata’afa and her party members found parliament locked on Monday, hence her pledge is unaccepted.

Samoa has two competing governments led by Prime Minister Tuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi and another led by Mata’afa.

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