In­fra­struc­ture min­is­ter vows for truth and jus­tice

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Samoa’s new Min­is­ter of Works, Trans­port and In­fra­struc­ture Pa­pali’i Niko Lee Hang, has vowed to con­tinue the fight for jus­tice when it comes to cor­rupt prac­tices within the pub­lic ser­vice. Pa­pali’i, who be­came the voice against cor­rup­tion in the gov­ern­ment dur­ing the last Par­lia­men­tary term, as­sures that his new role will not change any­thing.

“I will still say what I have to say,” he tells the Sun­day Samoan.

“If I have to stand up for the sake of jus­tice, I will keep do­ing that. Be­ing a Cab­i­net Min­is­ter will not stop me from do­ing the right thing for the good of our peo­ple and the bet­ter­ment of our na­tion. “If I see some­thing that will com­pro­mise my job as a Min­is­ter, I will have to do the right thing.” Samoa Ob­server The let­ter makes it clear that Air New Zealand would only con­sider re­sum­ing ser­vices once a per­ma­nent so­lu­tion for the run­way at Bauer­field air­field has been fully funded, de­signed to a sat­is­fac­tory stan­dard and con­tracted to a com­pe­tent con­trac­tor, the air­line said in a state­ment sent to Daily Post. The an­nounce­ment by Air NZ comes as the first stage works of Bauer­field re­pair are com­plete. Van­u­atu Daily Post

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