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Friday 23 March 2007
San Mateo, California
As many may deny it, or the faint of heart may not admit it - Tonga's reform may be its only hope for economic recovery (and future). - Alipate Sanft
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Wednesday 7 February 2007
Pago Pago, American Samoa
People tend to identify with certain activities in time with more encouragement. People believe certain things especially in the absence of counter claims. The Demo Movement has been running it's mouth and has been winning supporters with half truths and exaggeration. - Sione Lousiale Kava
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Thursday 28 December 2006
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
On the 1st day of Christmas, the Demos gave to me, a burned down CITY. ...On the 12th day of Christmas, the Demos gave to me, 12 Chinese shops, 11 scared tourists, 10 Crowded beaches, 9 traffic jams, 8 palm trees, 7 noisy roosters, 6 ta'ovalas, 5 dumb pigs, 4 skinny dogs, 3 coconuts, 2 hectic fairs, and a Burned Down CITY! - Locky Aiono
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Wednesday 29 November 2006
Canberra, Australia
Dr Sitiveni Halapua of the NCPR, Prime Minister Dr Feleti Sevele and Anarchist ...‘Akilisi Pohiva with his Parliamentarian Rioters should all ...‘resign...’ from politics, and ...‘disengage...’ themselves from any involvement with the political reform program for a more democratic form of government in the Kingdom. In different matters of degree, all are accountable to the destruction on 16/11, and in that regard they should not blame and point finger at one another. All have failed to play their individually leadership roles in a ...‘just principle...’ during the overall political reform process up to the Black Thursday. -Siosiua Lafitani Tofua'ipangai
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Monday 2 May 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
When Professor Futa Helu withdrew his support from 'Akilisi Pohiva and Dr Feleti Sevele, and endorsed Clive Edwards as the Number One candidate for Tongatapu in the recent March parliamentary election, he initiated a split in Tonga's Pro-democracy Movement. Tonga now has two Demo camps, the Tonga Human Rights and Democracy Movement and the People's Democratic Party, which have begun to be critical of each other. - Editor's Comment by Pesi Fonua
Monday 28 March 2005
Nuku'alofa, Tonga
As the latest Tongan Government political reform initiative begins to unfold, following the appointment of Cabinet ministers from elected members of Parliament on March 21, we are witnessing a number of interesting political happenings. At the same the Temo's position as an opposition to government has been weakened - they have lost their fighting edge with their acceptance of the government proposal for a piece-meal political reform program. Editor’s Comment