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WITHDRAW PETITIONS

Western Highlands Governor Wai Rapa is encouraging election petitioners to withdraw their petitions as he described election petitions as an expensive practice.

Governor Rapa is urging individuals who have filed election petitions to weigh out and see if filing petitions against sitting MPs are worth the amount of time, effort and money they will be putting into seeing these cases go through.

He said five years is a short period of time before the next National General Elections comes around and is encouraging everyone to work together for the best interest of the people instead of fighting in court.

Governor Rapa said he has been relieved after his case was withdrawn by the petitioner and added that he is confident that he was diligently and lawfully voted into parliament by his people.

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