Tonga losing UN voting rights

Tonga's King Tupou VI speaks during the 74th Session of the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York. Picture: AFP

Tonga is one of seven countries to lose their votes at the United Nations General Assembly because it hasn’t paid its fees. The United Nations said the seven were so far behind in paying their dues that they are losing their voting privileges in the 193-member General Assembly. The seven are Tonga, Venezuela, Lebanon, Lesotho, […]

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