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Judges reserve decision on Titikaveka petition appeal

Friday 4 November 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in Court, National, Politics

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Judges reserve decision on  Titikaveka petition appeal
Voters wait for their turn at a polling station in Rarotonga in August. Photo: MELINA ETCHES/22080106

Cook Islands United Party candidate Margharet Matenga’s petition that several voters in the Titikaveka electorate were ineligible and should not have been counted ‘is disenfranchising, and should be struck out’, a lawyer for elected MP Sonny Williams argues.

Cook Islands United Party candidate Margharet Matenga’s petition that several voters in the Titikaveka electorate were ineligible and should not have been counted ‘is disenfranchising, and should be struck out’, a lawyer for elected MP Sonny Williams argues.


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