L.T.C. bills "political show," Fiame accuses H.R.P.P.
Former Deputy Prime Minister, Fiame Naomi Mata’afa, has accused her old party of making a "political show" ahead of the 2021 General Elections by legislating on customs, traditions and the judiciary.
Fiame resigned from Cabinet and left the Human Rights Protection Party on Friday after breaking her silence, to oppose the three proposed bills that would radically restructure Samoa’s judiciary. Speaking to Radio New Zealand, Fiame said the Land and Titles Court proposed changes are a “political show.”