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Cook Islands Democratic Party leader to challenge election result on corruption allegations
By Online Editor
3:29 pm GMT+12, 22/07/2014, Cook Islands
“What we plan to do is follow the normal process and that is to petition, to strike out voters, and in the marginal seats or in the seats where there is one or two in terms of majority to the Cook Islands Party, we will certainly be challenging the qualification of some of the voters.”<Ö
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