H.R.P.P. "accepts" by-election results
The Human Rights Protection Party Secretary has welcomed the securing of the two women M.P. seats, but lamented the party’s by-election losses and said it is time to “move forward”.
In an exclusive interview with the Samoa Observer on Tuesday, H.R.P.P. Secretary Lealailepule Rimoni Aiafi said the party’s securing of the two women seats is “God answering their prayers”.
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