Kiribati presidential election, July 2003
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Presidential elections were held in Kiribati on 4 July 2003, the second in six months after previous President, Teburoro Tito, had been removed from office by a motion of no confidence in the Parliament just a month after winning the February elections, and just a day into his new term. The Kiribati Court of Appeal ruled that the single day in office constituted a third term, barring him from standing in further elections in accordance with the constitution.
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