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Public up in arms over proposed expansion of Cabinet, proxy voting

Thursday 14 March 2024 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Local, National, Parliament

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Public up in arms over proposed expansion of Cabinet, proxy voting
Constitutional Review Special Select Committee chair Minister Tingika Elikana, and members Agnes Armstrong, Toa Isamaela and Teariki Heather at the Calvary Hall in Arorangi. MELINA ETCHES/24031305

Parliament is holding public meetings to discuss proposed amendments to the Constitution, with Rarotonga residents strongly opposing an increase in Cabinet Ministers and a measure allowing MPs to vote by proxy.

Parliament is holding public meetings to discuss proposed amendments to the Constitution, with Rarotonga residents strongly opposing an increase in Cabinet Ministers and a measure allowing MPs to vote by proxy.


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