National Parliament of Solomon Islands

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National Parliament of Solomon Islands
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Type
Type
Leadership
Elizabeth II
Since 6 February 1952
Frank Kabui
Since 7 July 2009
Rick Houenipwela, Democratic Alliance
Since 15 November 2017
Ajilon Nasiu
Since 9 December 2014
Structure
Seats 50 members
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Political groups
Elections
single-seat constituency
Meeting place
Solomon Islands House of Parliament (inside).jpg
Honiara
Website
www.parliament.gov.sb
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This article is part of a series on the
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Solomon Islands

The National Parliament of Solomon Islands has 50 members, elected for a four-year term in 50 single-seat constituencies.[1]

It is presided by a Speaker, currently Ajilon Nasiu.[2]

Latest elections[edit]

Party Votes % Seats +/–
United Democratic Party 27,550 10.72 5 New
Democratic Alliance Party 19,992 7.78 7 –5
Kadare Party of Solomon Islands 11,999 4.67 1 New
Solomon Islands People First Party 11,601 4.51 1 New
People's Alliance Party 11,414 4.44 3 +3
Solomon Islands Party for Rural Advancement 10,022 3.90 1 –2
National Transformation Party 7,336 2.85 0 New
Solomon Islands Pan-Melanesian Congress Party 5,421 2.11 0 New
Youth Owned Rural and Urban Party 3,666 1.43 0 New
Direct Development Party 1,961 0.76 0 –3
New Nation Party 795 0.31 0 New
People's Progressive Party 616 0.24 0 New
Independents 144,599 56.27 32 +15
Invalid/blank votes 1,627
Total 258,599 100 50 0
Registered voters/turnout 287,565 89.93
Source: Election Passport, IPU
House of Parliament

Members[edit]

The official website of the National Parliament of Solomon Islands maintains a list of current members of parliament, with biographical indications, categorised by name, constituency and party.[3]

See:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Parliament", National Parliament of Solomon Islands
  2. ^ "The Speaker", National Parliament of Solomon Islands
  3. ^ "Members of Parliament", National Parliament of Solomon Islands

External links[edit]