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‘We’re in business now’, MPs sworn in seven months after general election

Wednesday 22 March 2023 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Local, National, Outer Islands, Politics

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‘We’re in business now’, MPs sworn in seven months after general election
The 24 Members of Parliament with Speaker Tai Tura pose after day one of Parliament yesterday. Picture: MELINA ETCHES/23032125

After a long wait following the 2022 general election on August 1, 2022, the incoming Members of Parliament (MPs) were sworn in yesterday on the first meeting of the 18th Parliament of the Cook Islands.

After a long wait following the 2022 general election on August 1, 2022, the incoming Members of Parliament (MPs) were sworn in yesterday on the first meeting of the 18th Parliament of the Cook Islands.


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