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  •   Home > News > Politics

    After months of wrangling, Samoa's Prime Minister is settling into her new office

    After months of wrangling, Samoa's Prime Minister is settling into her new office


    Fiame Naomi Mata'afa and members of the FAST party, are at Samoa's Government building.

    It comes after a lengthy legal battle following April's election.

    Auckland University Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific Damon Salesa says there were fears this moment would never come.

    He says everyone is relieved there's been a final and peaceful resolution to an over 100-day crisis.

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