2024 joint ballot papers arrived safely in Solomon Islands

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The Solomon Islands official ballot papers for the 2024 Joint Election are printed and have now arrived in the country on Tuesday this week. The...

French Senate endorses new election rules for New Caledonia, but with amendments

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The French Senate on Tuesday endorsed a Constitutional review project bearing significant modifications to the local electoral rules for New Caledonia, but with amendments. The...

Crisis brewing as France seeks changes to New Caledonia’s electoral rolls

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By Nic Maclellan As the French National Assembly and Senate debate changes to New Caledonia’s electoral laws, there are protests in the streets of...

300 foreign officers to be deployed to Solomon Islands for elections: Police Chief Mangau

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About 300 foreign personnel will be deployed to Solomon Islands to support the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force provide security at next month’s joint...

Vanuatu MPs expects to receive up to VT1M for referendum ‘Yes’ campaign, based on...

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Vanuatu Members of Parliament (MPs) are expected to receive financial support of up to VT1 million (US$ 8,343) each to strengthen and support the...

Delayed Tuvalu election result highlights climate impacts

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An election result in Tuvalu has been delayed by two weeks as dangerous weather stops boats from bringing new lawmakers to the capital to...

13 Political Parties to contest Solomon Islands Election

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Thirteen political parties are slated to participate in the upcoming General Election in the Solomon Islands scheduled for April this year. Registration of a new...

Election Day set for Solomon Islands on April 17, 2024

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Solomon Islands estimated 400,000 registered voters will go to the poll on Wednesday 17th April this year. The date was approved by a recent meeting...

Tuvalu general election: Eight newcomers in parliament

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Eight of Tuvalu's 16-member parliament are newcomers following the 2024 general election which saw former Prime Minister Kausea Natano ousted. The country went to the...

Tuvalu’s pro-Taiwan prime minister Kausea Natano loses seat in partial election results

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The pro-Taiwan leader of the Pacific islands nation of Tuvalu, Kausea Natano, has lost his seat according to partial election results. The vote is being...

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