The Pacific nation of Samoa is on the verge of swearing in a new prime minister for the first time in more than two decades, and its first female head of government.
- Two Supreme Court rulings validated the results of the April 9 election
- FAST says it now has the majority to form government
- The ruling could spell the end of HRPP’s 40-year domination of Samoan politics
The country has been in a five-week political deadlock since the April 9 election, when the opposition Fa’atuatua i le Atua…