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Kiribati President Taneti Maamau has revealed his ruling Tobwan Kiribati Party (TKP) is likely to spend close to AUD$100 million (US$68.8 million) or more on promises made to te voters before the presidential election.
He said the exact figure has not been finalised but roughly it’s about AUD$100 million or more is likely to be spent on the new manifestos.
President Maamau said TKP policies promised during the elections campaign will be fulfilled when the time is right and according to the health of the economy.
Meanwhile, new Cabinet ministers will be sworn-in on Thursday this week.
A report from the Office of the President (OB) said the ceremony will be held at the Kiribati State House in Bairiki at 10am…...
SOURCE: RADIO KIRIBATI/PACNEWS
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