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Senate of Palau

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Palau

The Senate of Palau is the upper house of the Palau National Congress (Olbiil era Kelulau). The Senate has 13 members serving four-year terms in multi-seat constituencies. In the elections held on 2 November 2004 only non-partisans were elected. No political parties exist.

Presidents of the Senate

Name Period
1st Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Kaleb Udui 1981 - 1984
2nd Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Isidoro Rumitch
The Hon. Joshua Koshiba
January 1985 – October 1986
October 1986 – December 1988
3rd Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Joshua Koshiba
The Hon. Isidoro Rumich
1989 - 1991
1991 - 1992
4th Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Peter Sugiyama 1993 - 1996
5th Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Isidoro Rudimch
The Hon. Seit Andres
February 1997 – August 1999
September 1999 – December 2000
6th Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Seith Andres 2001 ? - 2004 ?
7th Olbiil Era Kelulau The Hon. Johnny Rekai 2005 - 2007
8th Olbiil Era Kelulau Surangel S. Whipps
Mlib Tmetuchl
April 25, 2007 – 2009
January 16, 2009 – Present


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