THE second joint delegation of the Legislative Assembly and Government’s recent visit to the People’s Republic of China has fostered stronger relations and strengthened the solidarity between the two nations.
Inside Parliament Chamber: Left: The Australian President Senate, Hon. Stephen Parry and adviser , Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Gloria Pole'o (middle).
THE Australian Senate President, Hon. Stephen Parry today holds a bilateral meeting with his local counterpart, the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Tonga, Lord Tu’ivakano at the Office of the Legislative Assembly.
(L-R)Ms Viniana Namosimalua(Secretary General of Fiji Parliament),Ms Taeasi Sanga(Former Clerk of Solomon Parliament),Gloria Pole'o
TO share experiences, develop strategies for success and identify best practices for leading parliamentary administrations in Fiji, Tonga and the Solomon Islands, was the purpose of a two day dialogue at Davina House on Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th April 2015.
The visiting MPs at Forbidden City, Beijing.
A parliamentary delegation from the Legislative Assembly of Tonga is in China to enhance mutual understanding, friendship and cooperation between Beijing and Tonga.
Two Members of the Legislative Assembly were sworn in when the House reconvened at 10am in Nuku’alofa today.