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Comments made in an unsigned letter in CI News on February 20 about his performance as a Member of Parliament were not based on fact and failed to be constructive, says Ruatonga-Avatiu-Panama-Palmerston-Atupa (RAPPA) Member of Parliament Albert Nicholas.

Comments made in an unsigned letter in CI News on February 20 about his performance as a Member of Parliament were not based on fact and failed to be constructive, says Ruatonga-Avatiu-Panama-Palmerston-Atupa (RAPPA) Member of Parliament Albert Nicholas.


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