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Commonwealth “deeply concerned" about judicial independence
The Commonwealth's top legal associations are “deeply concerned about challenges to the rule of law" and called for powerbrokers to stop disrespecting the courts following the country's constitutional crisis.
Top public servant apologises for anti-Fiame smears
A top Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E.) official has apologised to Prime Minister-elect Fiame Naomi Mata’afa for severely defaming her in a Facebook post.
Former Tuvaluan P.M. references Samoa in mining ban call
Former Prime Minister of Tuvalu Enele Sopoaga referred to past talks in Samoa and Tuvalu when warning against profiteering from sovereign assets and “selling out” in recent deep sea mining talks.
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