A year after 74 people died in the Princess Ashika ferry sinking, Tonga's Crown Prince has appealed to Tongans to make peace.
Crown Prince Tupouto'a was speaking at a memorial service for the victims on Sunday.
Our correspondent in Tonga, Mateni Tapueluelu, says the prince stressed the need for Tongans to make peace in order to participate in nation-building.
"That seems unlikely given the fact that no one has been held legally accountable for what has happened and I think people are waiting to see justice delivered before they build peace on that."
Our correspondent in Nuku'alofa, Mateni Tapueluelu