WTO: Turkey tails, left hand drive determine Samoa’s entry
People marched the street of Apia two years ago in the hope that government would not go ahead with a legislation that allowed for right hand driven cars to enter Samoa.
The change meant that government had to reconstruct the country’s transport system—to cater for right hand driven vehicles.
Despite the loud protests and which reached Parliament with thousands of signatures collected from around the country, the changes still went ahead.
Since then, it’s been quiet.