Albert Maori Kiki

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Sir Albert Maori Kiki (21 September 1931 – 13 March 1993) was a Papua New Guinea pathologist and politician. He was one of the founders of the Pangu Party, which demanded 'home rule leading to eventual independence' for New Guinea. His autobiography, 'Ten Thousand Years in a Lifetime' was published in 1968.[1]

He was national secretary of the Pangu Party, and after the 1972 elections he entered parliament, and was appointed Minister for Lands and Environment in Michael Somare's government. He was deputy prime minister from 1975 until 1977.[2]


  1. ^ The Pacific Islands. Retrieved 30 December 2014. 
  2. ^ The Pacific Islands: an encyclopedia, Vol 1, by Brij V. Lal, Kate Fortune, University of Hawaii Press, 2000, ISBN 0-8248-2265-X
Political offices
New title
Position created
Deputy Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea
Succeeded by
Julius Chan