In yesterday’s session, several H.R,P.P. Members of Parliament voiced concerns about the Citizenship Investment Bill 2014; its weaknesses and the ramifications.
The Citizenship Bill 2014, created by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Labour is on its second reading.
It was tabled by Minister of M.C.I.L., Deputy Prime Minister Fonotoe Pierre Lauofo in January this year.
First to speak a f ter the parliamentary break was the Associate Minister of Health, Gatoloaifaana Amataga Alesana Gidlow. She told parliament that Samoa is the only country that she calls “my home, my identity.