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Friday 18 November 2022 | Written by Matthew Littlewood | Published in National, Politics

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PM’s party to seek costs after petitions dismissed
Cook Islands Party leader and Prime Minister Mark Brown has dismissed the Cook Islands United Party’s petitions as “nonsense”. PHOTO: Caleb Fotheringham/22111708

A High Court judge has dismissed the Cook Islands United Party’s petitions that the Cook Islands Party’s policy of a tax-free threshold of $60,000 in the Pa Enua in lead up to 2022 general election amounted to bribery.

A High Court judge has dismissed the Cook Islands United Party’s petitions that the Cook Islands Party’s policy of a tax-free threshold of $60,000 in the Pa Enua in lead up to 2022 general election amounted to bribery.


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