Village mayor disputes by-election claim
The village mayor of Siuniu Falealili has denied claims he penalised two villagers for not voting for a particular by-election candidate and says he welcomes any newly elected M.P.
Emphasising that he supports whoever becomes the representative of the constituency, Taelega Mane told the Samoa Observer the allegations raised against him and the village council are unfounded and far from the truth.
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