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Norman whips up storm over Hagai

Tuesday 23 January 2018 | Published in Local

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Norman whips up storm over Hagai
Norman George pictured in action during his days as a Member of Parliament. 18012224

Norman George, the former deputy prime minister and Speaker of the Cook Islands Parliament, has aimed a furious broadside at the government and its whip, Toka Hagai, after it emerged that the state had paid $11,900 to cover Hagai’s rent in Rarotonga.

Norman George, the former deputy prime minister and Speaker of the Cook Islands Parliament, has aimed a furious broadside at the government and its whip, Toka Hagai, after it emerged that the state had paid $11,900 to cover Hagai’s rent in Rarotonga.


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