"We're very thankful to have arrived at a decision which will allow us to move forward."
On Friday the Court of Appeal ruled that the FAST Party, which won 26 seats in the 9 April election, was the country's legitimate government.
Parliament was supposed to convene this week but Tuimalealiifano Vaaletoa Sualauvi II has pushed it back to August.
Samoan authorities worried about families being broken apart by affairs are considering allowing only single workers to take part in foreign seasonal worker schemes.
The decision may pave the way for the FAST Party to assume control of the Samoan government.
"We cannot achieve unity if we continue to reject reconciliation and the willingness to exercise forgiveness."
The HRPP Party is appealing a Supreme Court decision it says is unconstitutional.
Law requires that at least a tenth of all MPs are women.