Tristan da Cunha Island Council

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Tristan da Cunha Island Council
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Type
Type
Leadership
Administrator of Tristan da Cunha
Chief Islander of Tristan da Cunha
Seats 11 Councillors (8 elected, 3 appointed)
Website
Tristan da Cunha Island Council
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The Tristan da Cunha Island Council is the legislature of the island of Tristan da Cunha in the Atlantic Ocean. The composition of the Island Council consists of the Administrator as President, plus three appointed and eight elected members. At least one member of the council must be a woman.[1]

Council Members[edit]

On 9 March 2016, the following eight Councillors were elected to the Tristan da Cunha Island Council for the 2016 to 2019 legislative term:[2]

  • James Patrick Glass
  • Warren Glass
  • Sarah Green
  • Terence Green
  • Ian Lavarello^
  • Lorraine Repetto
  • Emma Swain
  • Paula Swain

In addition, the three additional Councillors, who were appointed to the Island Council by Administrator Alex Mitham are:

  • Conrad Glass
  • Harold Green
  • Iris Green

^Ian Lavarello was also elected as Chief Islander of Tristan da Cunha for a third consecutive term.[3] He has served in this position since April 2010.[4]

Prior to Lavarello's election, Conrad Glass was the Chief Islander of Tristan.[5]

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