Amuri-Ureia (Cook Islands electorate)

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Electorates on Aitutaki

Amuri-Ureia is a Cook Islands electoral division returning one member to the Cook Islands Parliament. Its current representative is Toanui Isamaela, who has held the seat since 2010.

The electorate was created in 1981, when the Constitution Amendment (No. 9) Act 1980 adjusted electorate boundaries and split the electorate of Aitutaki into three. It originally consisted of the Tapere of Punoua, Anaunga, Punganui, Ureia, and Amuri on the island of Aitutaki,[1] but has since been expanded to also include the Tapere of Taakarere, Vaitupa, and Vaipeka and the Motu of Akitua.[2]

Members of Parliament for Amuri-Ureia[edit]

Unless otherwise stated, all MPs terms began and ended at general elections.

Name Party Elected Left Office Reason
Paora Teiti Cook Islands Party 1994, 1999 2004 Unknown
Terepai Maoate Jnr Democrat 2004, 2006 2010 Defeated
Toanui Isamaela Cook Islands Party 2010, 2014 (incumbent)

Election results[edit]

Cook Islands general election, 2006: Amuri-Ureia[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DP Terepai Maoate Jnr 214 56.6
CIP John Baxter 164 43.4
Turnout 378 88.1
Cook Islands general election, 2004: Amuri-Ureia[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DP Terepai Maoate Jnr 185 50.7
CIP Teokotai Herman 175 47.9
Independent Kiria Kiria 5 1.4
Turnout 365 97.0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Third Schedule, Constitution Amendment (No. 9) Act 1980.
  2. ^ Cook Islands Constitution, Schedule I, part I.
  3. ^ "Final results of the Cook Islands election 2006". Cook Islands Democratic Party. Archived from the original on 2011-07-09. Retrieved 2010-02-23. 
  4. ^ "Cook Islands General Election preliminary Results" (PDF). cookislands.de. 2004-09-13. Retrieved 2010-02-23. [permanent dead link]