Kiribati parliamentary election, 2007
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A parliamentary election took place in Kiribati on 22 August 2007 and 30 August 2007, within 23 constituencies (electoral districts) to elect 44 MPs (43.000 citizens vote). Two other MPs are ex officio members (not elected).
The main issues are education and employment.
Eighteen seats were decided in the first round (including that of Tong, who was overwhelmingly re-elected). Tong's Pillars of Truth and allies independents got twelve of the eighteen seats. For the twenty-six seats where no candidate received a majority, a second round was held on August 30; while party allegiances in Kiribati change regularly, it is likely that the incumbent will be reelected as president in the upcoming presidential election.
|1st round||2nd round||Total|
|Pillars of Truth (Boutokanto Koaava)||10||8||18|
|Protect the Maneaba (Maneaban Te Mauri)||2||5||7|
|Representative of Banabans of Rabi Island||—||1|
|Member ex officio||—||1|
|Total (turnout ? %)||18||26||46|
- Phil Mercer, "Kiribati voters go to the polls", BBC News, 22 August 2007.
- "About 60 percent of Kiribati parliament to be decided in next week’s second round of voting". Radio New Zealand International. 23 August 2007. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
- "44 Kiribati MPs chosen - election of president pending". Radio New Zealand International. 31 August 2007. Retrieved 13 October 2011.
- Parliament of Kiribati - Members (on the Parliament of Kiribati's official website)
- Parliament of Kiribati – Members (on TSKL.net.ki)
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