Should La'auli honour his verbal resignation?


Su'a Taioalo, 53, Lotofaga

He should tender a written resignation, he should have done that a long time ago. He should honour his words. Once you resign then there should be a written resignation.

Siaki Mckenzie, 58, Lefaga

It is his right to either tender a written resignation or not. His verbal resignation was all that was needed rather than to write one because it will just cause more problems. His verbal resignation was more than enough.

Makerita Solofa, 59, Vaitele-fou

I support La'auli. I think he shouldn't tender a written resignation because he has given a verbal resignation and the reasons why he has made this decision. He shouldn't tender a written resignation.

Malia Mulinu'u, 54, Lalovaea

La'auli shouldn't tender a written resignation, he should fight for another party for the future of our country. His verbal resignation was more than enough. There are a lot of changes in our country. If a new party is formed then that might bring a better future for Samoa.


Ese Aisea, 70, Vaitele-fou

He should tender a written resignation because if a Member of Parliament is going to resign then he or she should tender a written resignation before leaving the seat in Parliament. La'auli left without a written resignation. The Prime Minister is right, he should tender a written resignation. 


Ana Pio, 48, Afega

The Prime Minister is right, La'auli should tender a written resignation. They aren't kids, they are part of the Parliament of Samoa so everything should be done properly.

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