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Vanua’aku Party to field 27 candidates in election
6:19 pm GMT+12, 11/02/2020, Vanuatu

The Vanua’aku Party (VP) has lodged the candidature application for its candidates to contest the general election yesterday afternoon at the Electoral Office.
 
A total of 27 names of candidates have been endorsed by the VP national executive and the candidates will be contesting in 16 different constituencies in Vanuatu.
 
“We are pleased to submit a total number of proposed candidates representing the Vanua’aku Party in 2020 National General Election throughout the Republic of Vanuatu, 16 constituencies for the the Electoral Commission’s approval”, statement from a communique obtained by Daily Post.
 
The names of candidates are:
 
Tanna constituency:
 
-Bob Loughman Weibur
 
-Johnny Koanapo Rasou
 
-Simile Johson Youse
 
-George Ronald
 
- Joe Natuman (Subject to advice from state law as to eligibility)
 
Tafea outer Islands constituency

 
- Edward Nalyal
 
Port Vila Constituency
 
- Kenneth Natapei
 
Efate Constituency
 

-Stanley John
 
- Graham Takalo
 
-John Mark Ruben Tarisong
 
Shepherds Outer Island Constituency

 
-John William Mata’ariki Timakata
 
Tongoa Constituency
 
-Willie Albert Kalo
 
Epi Constituency
 
-Isaac Tongolilu Daniel
 
Paama Constituency
 
-Jessy Dick
 
Ambrym Constituency
 
-Albert William
 
Malekula Constituency
 
-Esmon Simon
 
-Kaltalio Simon
 
-Diana Meltek Esmon
 
-Tony Ata
 
Pentecost constituency
 
-Dr. Richard Walsh Leona
 
Ambae Constituency
 
-Richard Mera Lilu
 
-George Tambe
 
Maewo Constituency
 
-Elison Reveala
 
Malo/Aore Constituency
 
-Wesly Rasu
 
Luganville Constituency
 
-Toara Daniel Kalo
 
Santo Constituency
 

-Ronald Warsal Kalmasei
 
-Julian Varisipity
 
The list of the candidates has been duly endorsed by the VP national executive council.

SOURCE: VANUATU DAILY POST/PACNEWS


 


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