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National Parliament of the Solomon Islands

National Parliament of Solomon Islands
Type
Type
Seats 50 members
Elections
single-seat constituency
Meeting place
Honiara
Website
.sb.gov.parliamentwww
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Solomon Islands

The National Parliament of Solomon Islands has 50 members, elected for a four year term in 50 single-seat constituencies.[1]

It is presided by a Speaker, currently Sir Allan Kemakeza.[2]

Latest elections

 Summary of the 5 April 2006 National Parliament of the Solomon Islands election results
Parties and alliances Votes % Seats
National Party 13,105 6.9 4
Rural Advancement Party 12,030 6.3 4
People's Alliance Party 11,935 6.3 3
Solomon Islands Liberal Party 9,507 5.0 2
Democratic Party 9,338 4.9 3
Solomon Islands Social Credit Party 8,214 4.3 2
Lafari Party 5,384 2.8 2
Christian Alliance Party 3,613 1.9 -
Solomon Islands Labour Party 1,733 0.9 -
Independents 114,977 60.3 30
Total 190,786   50
Source: Adam Carr
House of Parliament

Members

The official website of the National Parliament of the Solomon Islands maintains a list of current members of parliament, with biographical indications, categorised by name, constituency and party.[3]

See:

References

  1. ^ "About Parliament", National Parliament of Solomon Islands
  2. ^ "The Speaker", National Parliament of Solomon Islands
  3. ^ "Members of Parliament", National Parliament of Solomon Islands

See also

External links

  • Official website
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