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Analysis: what robbed us of an Election Day win?
While F.A.S.T. largely operated as a party, asking voters to choose the F.A.S.T. banner and their candidate, H.R.P.P. still offered voters the choice of personality, distracting from the party goal of holding an overwhelming majority in Parliament.
Aleipata remains H.R.P.P. stronghold
The Aleipata electoral constituencies remain a stronghold for the Human Rights Protection Party (H.R.P.P.), according to the unofficial count of ballots released by Office of Electoral Commission.
Interisland rush worries F.A.S.T. chair
Faatuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi chairman Laauli Leautea Schmidt wants more options for inter-island voting in the next election, saying it is not fair to force constituents to travel in order to vote in their home village.
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