THE CPA Secretary General, Stephen Twigg today reminded legislators participating in the CPA post-election seminar in Nuku’alofa on the importance of MPs engagement with their constituents.
His comments came when the three-day seminar concludes today.
The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association Secretary General, Stephen Twigg, visited Tonga High School and Ocean of Light International School this morning.
THE Legislative Assembly in collaboration with the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) is hosting a three-day post-election seminar which gets underway in Nuku’alofa bringing legislators from the Parliaments of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Tuvalu and Tonga for capacity building, institutional strengthening and professional development.
Tonga joins the rest of the 56-member Commonwealth countries in commemorating Commonwealth Day today.
MPs who are yet to conduct parliamentary visit from last year will conduct public meetings with their electorates starting next week.
The volcanic eruption, Covid-19 and electoral petitions caused disruption to the Parliamentary annual constituency visits and Members were asked to conduct their visits whenever they see fit.