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Solicitor General resigns after only nine months in job

Tuesday 8 November 2022 | Written by Al Williams | Published in BREAKING NEWS, Court, National

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Solicitor General resigns after only nine months in job
Cook Islands Solicitor General Graham Leung in March this year. Leung said he has resigned “for personal and family reasons”. 22032401

Cook Islands Solicitor General Graham Leung has resigned after less than 12 months in the job.

Cook Islands Solicitor General Graham Leung has resigned after less than 12 months in the job.


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Tangata Vainerere on 08/11/2022

Farewell our good friend. We are very saddened by this news as you have been a great advisor to me and my team at Parliament since you arrived. It was a great pleasure working with you Mr Leung and your team at Crown Law. We at Parliament wish you and your family all the best on your departure and on your future endeavours. Kia Manuia.