11th Cook Islands Parliament

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The 11th Cook Islands Parliament was a term of the Parliament of the Cook Islands. Its composition was determined by the 2004 election, held on 7 September 2004.

Due to a large number of electoral petitions, Parliament did not meet until mid-December 2006.

The Speaker of the 11th Parliament was Norman George.[1]

Initial party standings[edit]

e • d Summary of the 7 September 2004 Cook Islands Parliament of the Cook Islands election results
Parties Votes % Seats
Democratic Party 3944 47.5 14
Cook Islands Party 3647 43.9 9
Tumu Enua 198 2.4 0
Independents 539 6.5 1
Total 8328 85.8 24
Source: Preliminary results of the Cook Islands election 2004

Members[edit]

Initial MPs[edit]

Name Party Electorate Term
Teina Bishop CIP Arutanga/Nikaupara/Reureu Second
Tupou Faireka CIP Tupapa/Maraerenga Fourth
Teariki Heather CIP Akaoa First
Geoffrey Henry CIP Takuvaine/Tutakimoa Seventh
Kete Ioane DP Vaipae/Tautu Second
Terepai Maoate DP Ngatangiia Sixth
Terepai Maoate Jnr DP Amuri/Ureia First
Tom Marsters CIP Murienua Fourth
Jim Marurai DP Ivirua Third
Tiki Matapo CIP Titikaveka First
Ngamau Munokoa DP Nikao/Panama Third
Albert (Peto) Nicholas CIP Avatiu/Ruatonga Third
Peri Vaevae Pare DP Matavera Second
Mii Parima CIP Tamarua Third
Winton Pickering DP Oneroa First
Henry Puna CIP Manihiki First
Wilkie Rasmussen DP Penrhyn Second
Piho Rua Independent Rakahanga First
Upokomaki Simpson DP Teenui-Mapumai Third
Mapu Taia DP Mauke Second
Eugene Tatuava DP Tengatangi/Areora/Ngatiarua First
Tangata Vavia DP Mitiaro Third
Vaine Iriano Wichman CIP Ruaau First
Tiaki Wuatai DP Pukapuka/Nassau Second

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New speaker elected in the Cook Islands". Radio New Zealand International. 2004-12-14. Archived from the original on 2009-04-29. Retrieved 2009-03-27. 

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