Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas
|Prime Minister of Vanuatu|
Assumed office |
11 February 2016
Esmon Saimon (Acting)
Tallis Obed Moses
|Preceded by||Sato Kilman|
|MP for Pentecost|
Assumed office |
2 May 2002
24 April 1963|
Reunification Movement for|
|Residence||Port Vila, Vanuatu|
Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas (born 24 April 1963) is a ni-Vanuatu politician and former accountant and political advisor. He is the Prime Minister of Vanuatu, having been elected on 11 February 2016. He is the leader of the Reunification of Movements for Change (RMC), which is part of the Unity for Change bloc. Salwai is a Francophone from Pentecost Island.
Born in 1963, he learned speaking French as a teenager. He attended Bourail College to obtain his General Education Certificate, Bourail Technical College to obtain his Technical Education Certificate, and Lycée Blaise Pascal in Nouméa for his Baccalauréat technologique G2.
Salwai had previously served as Minister for Trade and Industries, Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Minister for Education, Minister for Finance and Economic Management, and Minister of Internal Affairs. He has also served as Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, Leader of the Opposition Whip, and Deputy Opposition Leader.
In August 2016 he was re-elected as leader of the RMC. In late November 2016 Salwai survived an attempt at a motion of no-confidence, with MP's being divided on procedural points regarding the motion and attachment of a summons.
Salwai is a Protestant Christian and is able to speak some English. In the summer of 2017, he appeared in South Korea at the RUTC "World Remnant Conference".
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