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First Meeting of the Hon. Minister for Communication and Information Technology and the Information, Communication & Technology (ICT) Sector

The Minister for Communication and Information Technology, Afioga Hon. Toelupe Poumulinuku Onesemo and the Associate Minister, Afioga Magele Sekati Fiaui, conducted their first official meeting with the Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) Sector yesterday at the TATTE government building in Sogi. The ICT Sector comprises of all Ministries, State Owned Enterprises (SOE’s), Constitutional and Regulatory Bodies that are under the ... Read More »

4th Parliamentary Youth Programme

The Office of the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly hosted its 4th Parliamentary Youth Programme to coincide with the Parliament Sitting on the 17th and 18th of March 2020. In his opening remarks to officially open the Parliamentary Youth Programme 2020, the Deputy Speaker, Afioga Nafoitoa Talaimanu Keti, stressed the importance for youth participants to ‘make the most of opportunities’, ... Read More »

Parliamentary Law Practice & Procedure (PLPP) Graduation Ceremony

Sixteen staff members of the Office of the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly (OCLA) graduated from the University of Tasmania in the Parliamentary Law, Practice & Procedure (PLPP) Course. Five staff members graduated with Post Graduate Certificates, 10 graduated with Undergraduate Certificates and one staff member was awarded a Participation Certificate. The graduation was the culmination of six months of ... Read More »

Presentation of the Parliament of Tasmania Clock for the new Maota Fono

The official presentation of the new Maota Fono Clock gifted by the Tasmanian Parliament of Australia to the Parliament of Samoa in commemoration of the opening of the new Maota Fono was held on Wednesday 21st of August 2019 at the Maota Fono Mulinuu. Speaker of the House of Assembly, Honourable Sue Hickey MP and President of the Legislative Council ... Read More »

Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi to accept the Tasmanian Parliament Clock Twin Gift

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Member’s Pre-Sitting Briefing Summary June 2018

A total of 29 Members of Parliament met at the Media Centre, Tuanaimato on Monday 18th June 2018 at 9.00am for their usual Member’s Briefing. The Governor of the Central Bank of Samoa and the Chief Executive Officer for the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture provided overviews of the objectives and contents of 2 bills to be tabled in ... Read More »


DISCLAIMER This Report provides a brief of the Proceedings of Parliament of Tuesday, 29th May 2018.  While all efforts have been made to provide an informative brief, this information must not be relied upon as an alternative to the official Hansard record of proceedings of Parliament. If you have any specific questions about the Proceedings of Parliament on Tuesday, 29th ... Read More »

State Service for Tofa Tuiloma Pule Unasa Alaimoana Lameko Gaee

The State Service for the Tofa Tuiloma Pule Unasa Alaimoana Lameko Gaee, one of the members of the Council of Deputies, took place at the Parliament precinct on Friday 13th April 2018. The Head of State, Afioga Tuimalealiifano Vaaletoa Sualauvi II, Members of Parliament, representatives from Government Ministries, Diplomatic Corps and the public graced the Parliament Chambers to pay their ... Read More »

Office of the Legislative Assembly Prayer Meeting held at Mulinuu

The Government Prayer Meeting was conducted by the Deputy Speaker of the House, Hon. Nafoitoa Talaimanu Keti and the Office of the Legislative Assembly at the Human Rights Protection Party Hall at Mulinuu on the 11th April 2018. The Government Prayer Meeting is a government protocol for every Wednesdays of the week in which each Government Ministry and Leaders of ... Read More »

Member’s Pre-Sitting Briefing Summary 19th March 2018

Monday 19th March 2018 A total of thirty eight Members of Parliament including the Hon Speaker met at the Conference Room  Media  Centre  at  Parliament‟s temporary  precincts  at  Tuanaimato  at  9:30am  for  the Assembly‟s March Pre-Sitting Briefing. Members were briefed by: Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry for Revenue, Matafeo Avalisa Viali- Fautuaalii on the Excise Tax Rates Amendment Bill ... Read More »

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