Three nobles will close the final session of Legislative Assembly of Tonga on Thursday, 11 September before the Tonga General Election in November.
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Friday 5 September 2014
Tuesday 19 March 2013
The changes to the Constitution [clause 23] regarding the ability to continue to sit in the assembly or hold any office means that a "convicted" person who is sentenced to less than 2 years can still sit in the assembly and hold office. This does send a rather odd message to the public and the world - that the Tongan house of parliament and the Cabinet will allow a convicted person, whose character is thereby reduced, to still hold office! - John Cauchi
Sunday 19 February 2012
Lord Tu'ilakepa, a former Speaker, and current Vava'u Noble's Representative to the Tonga Parliament, had his firearms and drugs case rescheduled for a week, when the Magistrate's Court was adjourned due to Tropical Cyclone Jasmine that hit Tongatapu on February 14.
Thursday 30 March 2006
The Tongan Noble Vaha'i of Fo'ui, Tongatapu, and Noble Luani of Tefisi, Vava'u, were chosen as the two new Noble's Representatives to the Tongan parliament, this morning in a by-election held at the Palace Office, Nuku'alofa.