Niuean general election, 2011
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Parliamentary elections were held in Niue on 7 May 2011, to elect the members of the Niue Assembly. The assembly consists of 20 members, 6 elected on a common roll and 14 representatives of the villages
- 21 April 2011 12pm: closing of nominations
- 27 April 2011 12pm: closing for withdrawal of nominations
- 29 April 2011: closing of registration and objection of names in the electoral roll
- 7 May 2011: polling day
|Non-partisan members elected on a common roll||6|
|Representatives of the villages||14|
|Total (turnout %)|
There were four changes in membership: Three new members were elected on the common roll, with caretaker PM (and expected new PM) Toke Talagi topping the vote. The only change in village seats was that Tofua Puletama was ousted from Makefu by Salilo Tongia in a close result.
As expected, Talagi was reelected as PM with 12 of 20 votes.
- Government Sectors
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- "Surprise changes in Niue’s elections". RNZI. 2008-06-08. Retrieved 2008-06-11.
- "Three new common roll and one new village representative in unofficial election results from Niue". Radio New Zealand International. 8 May 2011. Retrieved 30 October 2011.
- "Talagi re-elected as Niue premier". People's Daily. 2011-05-17. Retrieved 2014-01-26.